Another rate hike in prospect in Poland

The Polish finance ministry has forecast that inflation in June will top the central bank's 2.5% target for the first time in over two years, making a rate rise more likely to ease growing price pressures in the fast-growing economy.

The consumer price index is predicted to rise to 2.7% year-on-year this month, up from 2.3% in May. The last time inflation surpassed the target was in April 2005 when the figure reached 3%.

Observers expect that the rise in inflation will prompt the central bank to

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