June 20 (Bloomberg) -- Norway’s krone extended a decline, dropping the most since December 2008 against the dollar.
The currency weakened as much as 4 percent to 6.0117 per dollar, the lowest level since Aug. 3. It traded at 5.9918 as of 3:24 p.m. London time.
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