WARSAW, Nov 15 Polish interest rates are likely
to remain on hold until 2022, but if data pointed to a serious
slowdown a rate cut would be a possibility, central banker
Grazyna Ancyparowicz told Reuters.
WARSAW, Oct 24 Poland's record low interest
rates are artificially inflating house prices, encouraging
people to get into debt and causing higher inflation, central
banker Kamil Zubelewicz told Reuters.
WARSAW Poland's nationalist Law and Justice (PiS) party narrowly won a second term in power, final results from Sunday's parliamentary election showed, but its drive to push through its conservative agenda may be hampered by a loss of the upper house. | Video
WARSAW, Poland Poland's nationalist Law and Justice (PiS) was on course to keep its ruling majority after a general election on Sunday, an exit poll showed, a victory likely to stoke concern about democratic standards in the largest former Soviet European Union state. | Video
NOWA KARCZMA, Poland Maria Kolsut will be thinking about her financial security when she votes for Poland's ruling right-wing party in Sunday's parliamentary election.
WARSAW, Sept 11 Polish inflation will likely
slow and stay around target after peaking in the first quarter
of 2020, the central bank said on Wednesday, playing down fears
that planned hikes in the minimum wage could fuel stronger price
WARSAW Poland's ruling nationalist Law and Justice (PiS) party will offer pensioners regular annual cash bonuses and will almost double the minimum wage for workers, its leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski said ahead of parliamentary elections next month.
WARSAW Although inflation may accelerate, it is unlikely to exceed the upper limit of the Polish central bank's target range, meaning that interest rates can stay at current levels this year and perhaps the following, rate-setter Grazyna Ancyparowicz said.
WARSAW Tens of thousands of people joined a pride march in Warsaw on Saturday as gay rights continue to become a major issue in Poland's election campaign.
WARSAW Poland's ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) surged to a clear victory in Sunday's European Parliament vote, a stamp of approval for the party's nationalist, eurosceptic platform before a national election later in the year.