Will Currency Warriors Go From Victory to First EU Rate Hike?By
Six of Denmark's biggest banks see rate increase by December
Move higher would become the first by an EU central bank
Denmark’s central bank has held its deposit rate at minus 0.75 percent since February, when it faced the biggest battle in its history to defend the krone’s peg to the euro.
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