Poland holds rates

The National Bank of Poland's rate-setting council decided to hold rates on Wednesday after data revealed economic growth will be slightly weaker than expected.

The benchmark reference rate remains at 4.75%, the second consecutive rate hold since the 25 basis point hike in August, which was the third this year. A fourth hike before the end of December is considered a possibility.

The central bank said the economy will continue to grow speedily for the next few quarters, supported by still-buo

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