The agricultural conversion rates for floating Community currencies follow both upward and downward movements in market rates according to automatic and pre-determined rules(1). Since 2 August 1993 all Community currencies have been considered to be floating for agrimonetary purposes. As a result of fluctuations in market rates in the period from 2 to 10 August 1993, the cumulative difference between the positive gap of the Dutch guilder (+ 1.311) and the negative gaps of the Danish krone (- 3.852) and the French franc (- 2.783) exceeded the 4-point threshold set by the Regulations. The agricultural conversion rates for the Danish krone and the French franc have accordingly been raised by 1.8% and 0.8% respectively, with effect from 11 August 1993. The level of agricultural prices in these two currencies has therefore increased proportionately. * * * (1) Council Regulation (EEC) No 3813/92 Commission Regulation (EEC) No 1068/93.