National Bank of Poland says rate cuts will bring inflation up to target


The National Bank of Poland, in its latest quarterly inflation report, predicts cuts to its benchmark interest rate will drag inflation back up to its 2.5% target by the end of 2014.

During its past five meetings, the central bank's monetary policy council has slashed the benchmark rate by a total 150 basis points in an attempt to stimulate the economy. The report, released today, estimates inflation will hit 1.3% this year, below the 1.5% predicted in the last report, before soaring to 2.6% in

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