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In January 2021, the Estonian exchange rate against the US dollar averaged 0.821 (EUR/USD), compared to 0.822 EUR/USD the previous month. Data on the exchange rate of Estonia against the US dollar is updated monthly and is available from June 1992 to January 2021. In June 2001, the data reached an all-time high of 1.171, and in July 2008, it hit a new low of 0.634. The CEIC has extended the history of the monthly average Exchange Rate against the US Dollar. The average exchange rate against the US dollar is given by the Federal Reserve Board. On January 1, 2011, Estonia entered the Eurozone, with a fixed exchange rate of 1 EUR = 15.6466 EEK. Prior to January 2011, the exchange rate against the US dollar was recalculated using a fixed conversion rate obtained from the Bank of Estonia. Estonia’s Short Term Interest Rate: Month End: EURIBOR: 3 Months was registered at -0.548 percent pa in January 2021, according to the most recent data. In December 2020, the country’s Long Term Interest Rate (Long Term Interest Rate: Month Avg: Estonia: ECB Harmonised) was estimated to be -0.180 percent pa. In January 2021, the cash rate (Policy Rate: Month End: Main Refinancing Operations) was set at 0.000% pa.

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After serving as a unit of account since 1924, the kroon became the currency of Estonia on September 1, 1928.

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[number four] It substituted the mark at a pace of one kroon for every 100 marks. The kroon was divided into 100 equal pieces.
The kroon was fixed at par with the Swedish krona in 1924, with a gold standard of 2480 kroon = 1 kilogram of pure gold. With the reserves backing the kroon, the norm earned real publicity. Treasury notes and exchange notes were no longer issued. The Bank of Estonia exchanged kroon for foreign currency to ensure the kroon’s reputation. Both of these initiatives helped to restore trust in the domestic banking and monetary system, assisting in the country’s economic recovery and improving the Estonian state’s international credibility.
The kroon left the gold standard in 1933, devalued by 35%, and was pegged to the Pound Sterling (GBP) at 1 GBP = 18.35 kroon during the Great Depression.
(5) Until the Soviet occupation of Estonia in 1940, the Estonian kroon maintained this peg and circulated. At a rate of 1 ruble = 0.8 kroon, the kroon was exchanged for the Soviet ruble.

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After serving as a unit of account since 1924, the kroon became the currency of Estonia on September 1, 1928.

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[number four] It substituted the mark at a pace of one kroon for every 100 marks. The kroon was divided into 100 equal pieces.
The kroon was fixed at par with the Swedish krona in 1924, with a gold standard of 2480 kroon = 1 kilogram of pure gold. With the reserves backing the kroon, the norm earned real publicity. Treasury notes and exchange notes were no longer issued. The Bank of Estonia exchanged kroon for foreign currency to ensure the kroon’s reputation. Both of these initiatives helped to restore trust in the domestic banking and monetary system, assisting in the country’s economic recovery and improving the Estonian state’s international credibility.
The kroon left the gold standard in 1933, devalued by 35%, and was pegged to the Pound Sterling (GBP) at 1 GBP = 18.35 kroon during the Great Depression.
(5) Until the Soviet occupation of Estonia in 1940, the Estonian kroon maintained this peg and circulated. At a rate of 1 ruble = 0.8 kroon, the kroon was exchanged for the Soviet ruble.

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Estonia’s current currency is the euro. You seem to have mixed up EU membership with the adoption of the euro, which are two completely different things. After several years of EU membership, Estonia crossed the euro in January.
Sorry, boys, you’re right.
We booked our trip to Poland through a company that required us to pay in euro, but when we arrived, the hotel refused to accept it…
Yes, I believe I’ve mixed up EU membership and the adoption of the euro.
Thank you for clarifying that for me.

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