Rates up in Norway and Malta, Poland steady

The central banks of Norway and Malta raised interest rates on 30 May, while rates remained unchanged in Poland.

Norges Bank increases the key policy rate by 0.25% to 4.25%, noting that the country's economy is "still booming and growth remains strong." The central bank said "inflation has varied somewhat in recent months, but the overall rate of increase has been approximately as expected. Underlying inflation is estimated at between 1 and 1.5%."

The Central Bank of Malta too raised its centr

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