The central banks of Poland and Romania decided on Thursday to leave their benchmark rates unchanged at 4.75% and 7% respectively.
The National Bank of Poland said that the August's CPI inflation of 1.5% was smaller than expected. But this was rate was "of a temporary nature" the central bank said, adding that inflation would be close to the 2.5% target in the coming months.
The central bank said that the probability of medium-term inflation exceeding the target had fallen, but added that the
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