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Polish Zloty

Polish Zloty Rates

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Latest Polish Zloty Rates

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Recent Trading Range

In 2011, the Polish Zloty traded between 4.354 and 5.458 against the Pound.

 

Latest Polish Zloty Exchange Rate News

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Overview - PLN

The Polish Zloty is the currency used in Poland and its ISO code is PLN. The currency has had 4 different formats, the first being in 1496 (first Zloty) and the most recent change coming in 1995 (fourth Zloty). Due to high inflation in the 1990’s the currency underwent redenomination and 10,000 old Zloty (PLZ) became one new Zloty (PLN).

 

Certain conditions  put in place when Poland joined the European Union in  2004, ensure that they will eventually adopt the Euro. No timescale has been put in place and Poland will also need to adhere to certain stability criteria and the move is unlikely to occur before 2019.
The PLN was fixed to the USD initially but over the years it has slowly evolved and in 2000 it became a free floating currency. With a large percentage of Poland’s trade within the Eurozone it is largely affected by the strength/weakness of the Euro.