Poland leaves interest rates unchanged

Poland's central bank held interest rates steady after a 29 November meeting, a decision that was in line with economists' expectations.

The National Bank of Poland announced that it would hold the central bank's benchmark seven-day intervention rate at 4%, a historical low.

Despite surging economic growth, economists believe that it may be several months before rates go up again. The central bank's monetary policy council said "The currently observed strong economic growth created favourable