Polish MPC leaves rates steady despite pressure

POLAND - The National Bank of Poland (NBP) defied political pressure on Wednesday by leaving interest rates unchanged, matching market expectations but risking a run-in with the government over how to revive the economy, report Reuters.

The NBP's Monetary Policy Council (MPC) left the main market rate, the minimum 28-day intervention rate, at 10 percent and retained its "neutral" bias for future policy decisions. It will explain the decision at a press conference later.

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