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 Kurs HKD – dolar Hongkongu – Kurs waluty, wykres, profil

HKD – dolar Hongkongu

Aktualny kurs waluty HKD

Kurs średni dolara hongkońskiego
Kurs średni 0,4835
Data notowania 22.03.2019
Zmiana (% / pkt) +0,96% / +0,0046
Numer tabeli 058/A/NBP/201

Wykres HKD

Wykres kursu dolara hongkońskiego - HKD na przestrzeni 6 miesięcy
Zakres wykresu: 1m 3m 6m 1r
Wykres kursu średniego dolara hongkońskiego - HKD na przestrzeni 6 miesięcy.

Statystyki kursu HKD

OkresKurs średniZmiana (%)*Zmiana (pkt)*Kurs min (data)Kurs max (data)
1 tydzień0,4843-0,17%-0,00080,4789 (2019-03-21)0,4843 (2019-03-15)
2 tygodnie0,4893-1,19%-0,00580,4789 (2019-03-21)0,4893 (2019-03-08)
1 miesiąc0,4875-0,82%-0,00400,4789 (2019-03-21)0,4893 (2019-03-08)
3 miesiące0,4800+0,73%+0,00350,4745 (2019-02-01)0,4908 (2019-02-14)
6 miesięcy0,4689+3,11%+0,01460,4663 (2018-09-26)0,4908 (2019-02-14)
1 rok0,4367+10,72%+0,04680,4276 (2018-04-17)0,4908 (2019-02-14)
* – zmiana w stosunku do bieżącego notowania.

Kursy archiwalne HKD

Data notowaniaNumer tabeliKurs średniZmiana (%)*Zmiana (pkt)*
22.03.2019058/A/NBP/2010,4835+0,96%+0,0046
21.03.2019057/A/NBP/2010,4789-0,46%-0,0022
20.03.2019056/A/NBP/2010,4811-0,15%-0,0007
19.03.2019055/A/NBP/2010,4818-0,15%-0,0007
18.03.2019054/A/NBP/2010,4825-0,37%-0,0018
15.03.2019053/A/NBP/2010,48430,00%0,0000
14.03.2019052/A/NBP/2010,4843-0,16%-0,0008
13.03.2019051/A/NBP/2010,4851-0,10%-0,0005
12.03.2019050/A/NBP/2010,4856-0,21%-0,0010
11.03.2019049/A/NBP/2010,4866-0,55%-0,0027
08.03.2019048/A/NBP/2010,4893+0,97%+0,0047
07.03.2019047/A/NBP/2010,48460,00%0,0000
06.03.2019046/A/NBP/2010,4846+0,17%+0,0008
05.03.2019045/A/NBP/2010,4838+0,21%+0,0010
04.03.2019044/A/NBP/2010,4828-0,06%-0,0003
01.03.2019043/A/NBP/2010,4831+0,19%+0,0009
28.02.2019042/A/NBP/2010,4822-0,10%-0,0005
27.02.2019041/A/NBP/2010,4827-0,62%-0,0030
26.02.2019040/A/NBP/2010,4857-0,31%-0,0015
25.02.2019039/A/NBP/2010,4872-0,06%-0,0003
22.02.2019038/A/NBP/2010,4875+0,04%+0,0002
21.02.2019037/A/NBP/2010,4873+0,06%+0,0003
20.02.2019036/A/NBP/2010,4870-0,23%-0,0011
19.02.2019035/A/NBP/2010,4881+0,06%+0,0003
18.02.2019034/A/NBP/2010,4878-0,10%-0,0005
15.02.2019033/A/NBP/2010,4883-0,51%-0,0025
14.02.2019032/A/NBP/2010,4908+0,68%+0,0033
13.02.2019031/A/NBP/2010,4875-0,31%-0,0015
12.02.2019030/A/NBP/2010,4890+0,47%+0,0023
11.02.2019029/A/NBP/2010,4867+0,39%+0,0019
08.02.2019028/A/NBP/2010,4848+0,31%+0,0015
* – zmiana w stosunku do poprzedniego notowania.

Komentarze

Gość: GoldenTabs
07.01.2018 12:57
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Gość: bTSUJTWFY
29.09.2014 13:36
ALA's E-Rate Task Force continues to adsdres E-RATE and Broadband regulations in a thoughtful manner. I'm particularly impressed with the simplification of the discount matrix as determined by the national school lunch program. I've been away from e-rate for 2 years, but here are my questions:1- Given there is a call for more money (raise the cap), could there be a USAC fee on telecom equipment such as routers? Right now, the fees only come from telecom services voice, data, and wireless telecom services. Should equipment vendors pay to play?2- Given the budget crunch at the national and state levels, if e-rate tech plans are moved down to the state or local level, how will those new or expanded jobs be funded? I can't see e-rate dollars covering those costs.3- Is there an AASL teacher librarian on the ALA E-Rate task force? There should be! ALA is in a position to advocate for teacher librarians and their pivotal role in teaching digital literacy to students (and classroom teachers). ALA is in a position to suggest specific wording in school technology plans, such as stating that district plans include technology and professional development requirements of school library plans . Most school network-based technology for students is based in the school library: networked computers, subscription databases, wireless access. As the economy has worsened, too many school districts have reduced budgets for school library programs. E-rate funds don't go directly to school libraries, but ALA should use this highly visible funding program as an opportunity to advocate for strong school libraries.Again, thank you for the good work you are doing. I look forward to hearing your responses.Best wishes.Jackie SiminitusVP CommunicationsCalifornia School Library Association

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