National Bank of Poland

National Bank of Poland

July 2, 2014

It’s been a year since Poland’s key monetary policy interest rate was cut by 25 basis points to 2.5%, culminating 225 basis points of easing that began in November 2012.  Monetary Policy Committee members again agreed to leave their stance as it is, but they released a dovish statement today that cites several indications that […] More

National Bank of Poland

June 3, 2014

The central bank’s seven-day reference rate has been at 2.5% since a 25-basis point cut in July 2013 culminated a 225-bp easing cycle that had begun in November 2012.  Officials do not expect this record low level to be changed before this year’s final quarter.  That’s the conclusion of the policy committee’s latest statement. In […] More

National Bank of Poland

May 7, 2014

Officials at Narodowy Bank retained a 2.5% seven-day repo rate, projecting gradual economic recovery with continuing subdued inflationary pressure.  On-year CPI inflation is now 0.7%, less than a third of the target.  “Therefore, the Council decided to keep NBP interest rates unchanged. The Council maintains its assessment that NBP interest rates should be kept unchanged […] More

National Bank of Poland

April 9, 2014

Poland’s seven-day repo rate should stay at a record low of 2.5% “. at least until the end of the third quarter of 2014,” according to a released statement following Narodowy Bank’s policy meeting.  It has been at 2.5% since a 25-basis point cut in July 2013.  That cut culminated a series of 7 reductions […] More

National Bank of Poland Very Comfortable with its 2.5% 1-Week Repo Rate

March 6, 2014

Officials at Poland’s central bank on Wednesday not only kept their accommodative 2.5% interest rate but extended the likely interval before such is changed from the middle of this year to the end of the third quarter.  An explanation of the decision revised projected inflation downward a bit even as the forecast for growth was […] More

National Bank of Poland Keeps 2.5% Seven-Day Repo Rate

February 5, 2014

Poland’s record low central bank interest rate was kept in spite of recent weakness in the Zloty.  It has been 2.5% since a 25-basis point cut last July, which culminated an eight-move 225 basis point easing that began in November 2012.  A statement released by officials at Narodowy Bank acknowledged the challenges faced by emerging […] More

National Bank of Poland Monetary Policy Stance Left Unchanged

December 4, 2013

Officials at Narodowy Bank again left Poland’s reference interest rate at 2.5% after this month’s meeting.  The interest rate was lowered in eight steps between November 2012 and July 2013 from 4.75% to 2.50%.  A statement released by the central bank projects subdued inflation and a continuing gradual economic recovery.  The on-year CPI inflation rate […] More

National Bank of Poland Extends Likely Unchanged Monetary Policy to Mid-2014

November 6, 2013

The Monetary Council of Narodowy Bank retained its record low 2.5% reference interest rate.  From 4.75%, such was cut by 225 basis points in eight moves to its present level between November 2012 and July 2012.  A 25-bp cut in July was the most recent rate change, and a statement accompanying today’s decision extended the […] More

National Bank of Poland Keeps Existing Interest Rate Structures

September 4, 2013

The Policy Council of Narodowy Bank retained a 2.5% reference interest rate as widely expected and made no changes in its other central bank rates.  Inflation is running at only half the 2% target, and GDP doubled to 0.2% in the first quarter and doubled again to 0.4% in 2Q13.  On-year GDP growth was positive […] More

Another Rate Cut at the National Bank of Poland

June 5, 2013

A 25-basis point reduction to a record low 2.75% 7-day Polish repo rate brings the cumulative relief since last November to 200 basis points.  A statement from Poland’s Monetary Council justified today’s action by citing weak domestic demand, lessening support from exports, sub-target inflation, deterioration of the labor market that points to weak wage growth, […] More

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