Rate tightening agreed by Polish cb in June

At its most recent meeting, Poland's central bank agreed that rate tightening in the future was necessary, although the bank's policymakers were split over when a move should occur.

Minutes from the meeting, published today, noted that "due to the accumulation of factors producing a rise in inflationary pressures in the economy, keeping inflation on target in the medium term requires tightening of monetary policy in the upcoming period."

Members of the rate-setting council "differed in their

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