Analysts at TD Securities suggest that today’s MPC meeting in Poland will likely be a non-event and policy is likely to stay on hold.
“We and the market expect the policy rate to stay on hold at 1.50%, where it has been held steady since March 2015. Given that this is a non-core meeting with no new forecasts available we expect NBH’s Governor Glapinski to reiterate the view of keeping a neutral stance and rates unchanged over the foreseeable future.”
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