Polish rate-setter hints at further hikes

A member of the National Bank of Poland's rate-setting board said he expected rates to surpass 6% following the decision to raise rates on Wednesday 26 March.

The central bank raised rates a quarter point for the third straight month to 5.75% after inflation climbed to 4.2% in February, up a fifth of a percentage point from January. On Thursday, Dariusz Filar, a member of the ten-member rate-setting council, told PiN, a local radio station, that he now expected further hikes and for rates to

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