The National Bank of Romania set on Tuesday a reference rate of 4.1224 lei/euro, down 0.07% from Monday’s rate of 4.1252 lei/euro.

“The leu moved sideways following the regional trend, and the trading volume has been pretty high so far”, a dealer told NewsIn.

On Tuesday, the leu grew in the early trades from 4.1240 to 4.1120 units/euro but fell afterwards to 4.1260 units/euro.

In the region, the Polish zloty fell in the morning from 3.9640 to 3.95 zloty/euro, and dropped afterwards to 3.9740 zloty/euro. The forint edged up to 269.10 units against euro from 269.80, and slipped to 270.20 units vs euro at noon.

For the US dollar, the central bank set a reference rate of 3.0306 lei/dollar, up 0.01% from Monday’s rate of 3.0303 lei/dollar.