IMF - Polish central bank has room for more easing

US - The Polish central bank has room to ease monetary policy further, after its half percentage point rate cut on Wednesday, the IMF said, with some IMF directors urging a more ambitious rate cut strategy.

Economic weakness and strength in the zloty led IMF executive directors to conclude there is "some scope for further interest rate cuts," in a statement on the IMF's annual review of Poland's economy.

While the directors "generally" supported the central bank's cautious approach in cutting

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