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A substantial chunk of the bank bonds needed to comply with new rules designed to protect taxpayers may come from Scandinavia, according to calculations by Danske Bank A/S.
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- Barrons.com•2 months ago
Michael Petry enjoyed his job in the late 1990s overseeing foreign-currency reserves at Danmarks Nationalbank, the Danish central bank in Copenhagen. “While ours is a small country of just five million people, managing currencies is the great equalizer, where Denmark can be just as important as Germany and the United Kingdom,” says Petry. “The primary goal of the central bank for the past several decades isn’t profits,” notes Petry, “but maintaining a tight exchange rate with, first, the German Deutsche mark, then with the euro, which it has done exceedingly well.” Denmark never joined the euro zone and has its own currency—the krone—though it is a member of the European System of Central Banks.
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Danske Bank A/S (DANSKE.CO)
Copenhagen - Copenhagen Delayed price. Currency in DKK
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|Day's range||223.20 - 226.50|
|52-week range||161.80 - 226.50|
|PE ratio (TTM)||16.09|
|Dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|