The Romanian national currency has the poorest evolution among the eastern-European currencies, and could depreciated by about 1% by year-end, whereas the Czech Crown could appreciate by 2%, a survey conducted by Reuters during March 1-6, 2019 reads.
Hotnews.ro, quoting the survey, informs that RON has depreciated by almost 2% in December.
Analysts believe the Czech currency will appreciate by about 2%, following the decision of the central bank to increase the reference interest rate up to 1.75%.
The economic growth reached 2.8% in Q4 2018 in the Czech Republic, whereas in Poland and Hungary the growth is close to 5%.
The interviewed analysts expect a Forint appreciation by 0.6% against the European single currency, and by 1.1% of the Polish Zloty.