No more lower rates

Nov 20, 2014 11:56 AM|

Published: 19.11.2014

After very good GDP reading chancers for lower interest rates got significantly smaller. MPC will most probably remain rigid, even facing exceptionally low inflation. It is worth thinking about whether if the Polish economy does need such high interest rates.

During the November meeting of Montery Policy Council it had many reasons to cut the cost of credit. The monetary authority did not decide to make such move though, despite most of the market observers expecting the rates to go down by at least 25 base points. A month before MPC lowered the rates by as many as 50 base points. It was a clear signal that the deeper reduction of the price of money is yet to come.

Piotr Lonczak, analyst

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Nov 20, 2014 11:56 AM|

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