Start your day with a summary of today’s top stories from Poland’s leading news sites.
The exchange programme of the Ukrainian national currency, the hryvnia, for Polish zlotys, launched by the National Bank of Poland (NBP) in cooperation with the National Bank of Ukraine, ends on September 9, the central bank has reported.
The CEO of PKO BP bank, Poland’s largest lender, has quit her job.
PKO BP, Poland’s biggest lender, has warned that the current rate of increases in retail sales is “unsustainable.”
Poland's biggest bank by assets, PKO BP, has announced that from April 1, Ukrainians will be able to exchange their national currency, the hryvnia, for Polish zlotys at 100 branches.
The total cost of the so-called anti-inflation shield launched by the Polish government to fight rising prices will carry a cost equal to 1.2 percent of Poland's 2022 GDP, the PKO BP bank has estimated.
Poland could soon see double-digit wage growth, according to the chief economist of bank PKO BP, Poland’s largest lender.
PKO BP, Poland’s largest lender, posted a net profit of EUR 805 million after three quarters, a 77.3-percent increase year on year.
The CEO of PKO BP bank, Poland’s largest bank, has quit his job.
The state budget enjoyed a surplus of PLN 25 billion (EUR 5.44 billion) after June, the Polish prime minister has said.