Polish central bank leaves rates unchanged

The National Bank of Poland said Wednesday 24 November that it had left key interest rates unchanged at its monetary policy meeting.

Poland's key interest rate is the 14-day intervention rate which stands at 6.5 percent. The 14-day intervention rate has been raised by 125 basis points in recent months as part of the central bank's efforts to contain rising inflationary pressures.

The overnight deposit rate in Poland is 5 percent and the discount rate stands at 7 percent.

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