By Quinnipiac Economics Research Team and InvestCEE Staff
The trend for the week of March 11 – March 15 was mixed. Among the four central European countries being observed, three of them, Czechia, Poland, and Romania, saw their respective currencies weaken in comparison to the Euro. The only currency to see a strengthening in relation to the Euro was the Hungarian forint.
This week the currency to watch is the Hungarian forint. With the forint continuing to stay below it’s three-month average for yet another week, it will be intriguing to observe for how long the currency can remain this strong.