Yesterday, the National Bank of Romania set a reference rate of 4.2119 lei/euro.

The national currency fell constantly in the morning, from 4.2170 to 4.2280 lei/euro, and hovered near this level afterwards.

In the region, the Polish zloty increased from 4.1950 to 4.1750 units/euro, and then weakened to 4.1860 zloty/euro, while the Hungarian forint went up from 275.10 to 273.50 forints/euro and then fell to 274.20 forints/euro.

Versus US dollar, the reference rate set by the National Bank of Romania increased by 0.58% to 2.9539 lei/USdollar, from Monday’s 2.9368 lei/dollar.