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Denmark Dumps $3.5 Billion in FX Interventions Amid Brexit Risks

  • 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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