March 7 (Bloomberg) -- The Polish zloty stayed stronger against the euro after the central bank left borrowing costs unchanged for a ninth month.
The zloty gained 0.1 percent to 4.1622 per euro as of 1 p.m. in Warsaw. The Narodowy Bank Polski kept the benchmark seven-day interest rate at 4.5 percent at the meeting in Warsaw, matching the forecasts of all 36 economists surveyed by Bloomberg.
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