Central Banking

Danes less keen on euro

The popularity of the euro among Danes has waned since November 2008, a poll commissioned by one of the country's leading banks has found.

A survey by Danske Bank, published Wednesday, showed that while most Danes polled were still broadly in favour of euro adoption, support had dropped.

The amount in favour fell from 44.3% in November to 41.3%. Of the 1,060 respondents, 9.6% said they were now leaning towards voting yes in a hypothetical referendum, up slightly from 9% in November. The amount

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