Denmark Dumps $3.5 Billion in FX Interventions Amid Brexit RisksBy and
Central bank weakens krone for first time since February 2015
Investors see krone assets as haven amid EU uncertainty
Denmark’s central bank dumped the equivalent of $3.5 billion in kroner to weaken the currency and defend its peg to the euro.
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