Poland’s central bank on Wednesday left its key interest rates unchanged as recent upbeat economic data likely offset deflationary concerns.
The Monetary Policy Council of the National Bank of Poland maintained the key reference rate at 2.00 percent, in line with economists’ expectations.
The bank last lowered the rate by 50 basis points in October.
The lombard rate was kept at 3 percent and the deposit rate was held steady at 1 percent. The rediscount rate was retained at 2.25 percent.
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