Two members of the Polish central bank’s rate-setting Monetary Policy Council (RPP) have expressed conflicting views on the possibility of interest rate cuts this year.
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Poland's central bank (NBP)’s rate-setting Monetary Policy Council (RPP) is not yet discussing ending the tightening cycle, the NBP governor has said.
Poland's core inflation will likely decline in the coming months and quarters and will certainly start decreasing in H2, the governor of the National Bank of Poland (NBP) has said.
Poland's central bank (NBP)’s rate-setting Monetary Policy Council (RPP) decided to leave the reference interest rate at 6.75 percent for the eighth consecutive month on Wednesday arguing that a series of external and internal factors should bring inflation down.
The Monetary Policy Council (RPP), the Polish central bank's rate-setting body, has kept the reference interest rate at 6.75 percent.
The Monetary Policy Council (RPP) of Poland's central bank is prepared to hike interest rates, but sees no need to do so now, a council member has said.
Poland's inflation is rapidly falling from its record-high level in line with the National Bank of Poland's (NBP) projections, the NBP head has said.