November for Poland's next rate rise?

Marian Noga, a policymaker at Poland's central bank, said in an interview that it is likely the bank will next raise rates in November with two hikes in the new year.

the amin refernce rate should hit 5.5% by June "at the latest" he said.

The National Bank of Poland has raised rates three times this year in efforts to check inflation after record growth in wages and rising consumer demand, and Noga, who has voted for all three rises, said that headline consumer inflation was likely reach 2.9%

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