PRAGUE, June 4 (Reuter) – The Czech crown fell to a
four-week low against the euro on Friday, dropping with other
central European currencies as worries grew over Hungary.
The Hungarian prime minister’s spokesman said on Friday a
Hungarian official was not exaggerating when he said on Thursday
that the country had a slim chance of avoiding a Greek-style
debt crisis. [ID:nLDE65317T]
The crown EURCZK= fell as much as 0.9 percent on the day
to beyond 26.00 to the euro, before paring losses slightly to
trade at 25.99 by 1219 GMT.