Over 60 percent of Polish citizens are not in favour of a new coalition government taking the country into the eurozone, according to a new opinion survey.
Poland may start discussing adoption of the euro not earlier that in eight-ten years, Poland's central bank governor has argued.
The boost to the Polish currency, which saw the złoty trading at 4.48 versus the euro after 9 am on Monday, comes in the wake of an election that put the opposition and pro-Europe, Civic Coalition (KO) in a strong position.
The Polish zloty is trading at 4.48 versus the euro after 9 am on Monday and was even stronger just after the market opening, following exit polls that indicate a potential pro-European turn in Poland, according to local analysts.
Price hikes in Croatia after it adopted the euro can serve as a warning to Poland, the Polish prime minister said on Tuesday.
Adopting the euro in Poland would be deeply harmful and result in a "radical drop" in the rate of GDP growth, the head of the National Bank of Poland (NBP) warned on Thursday.
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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.
Poland's currency is one of the sources of its economic success and giving it up would be a grave mistake, the governor of Poland's central bank said in an interview for Monday's Dziennik Gazeta Prawna newspaper.
The Monetary Policy Council (RPP), the Polish central bank's rate-setting body, increased the reference interest rate by 75 basis points (bps) to 5.25 percent on Thursday.
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