Poland Holds Rates at Record Low as Curtain Falls on Belka’s EraBy
Benchmark left unchanged for 15th month, in line with survey
Keeping financial stability eclipsing rates for policy makers
Poland’s central bank left borrowing costs unchanged for a 15th month at the last meeting led by Marek Belka, as the outgoing governor clears the decks for a successor he says will stick to the policy of stable interest rates.
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