“The Croatian central bank said on Monday it had bought 457.7 million euros ($518.8 million) from commercial banks in its second intervention this month to counter appreciation pressures on the national kuna currency.

It said it had bought the euros at an average rate of 7.3979 kuna per euro. The kuna slightly eased to 7.3990 to the euro from around 7.3890 before the intervention.” (Nasdaq.com)