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Record-Low Polish Rates Held Steady After Inflation Surprise

  • Central bank keeps benchmark at 0.1%, as analysts predicted
  • Banks call scale, pace of the economic recovery ‘uncertain’
Polish Economy Ahead of Central Bank Rate Decision
Photographer: Lukasz Sokol/Bloomberg
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Poland kept borrowing costs at a record low, judging that threats to the economy from tighter Covid-19 restrictions outweigh a spike in inflation and a weaker national currency.