According to data released by the Polish Central Statistical Office (GUS), the average employment in companies in August grew by 3.4 percent year-on-year, while the wages grew by 6.8 percent y/y. In month-to-month terms, employment remained unchanged, while salaries decreased by 0.6 percent. The ave...
The value of household savings increased to PLN 1.39 trillion at end-Q2, according to a report prepared by Analizy Online, this is a PLN 10.6 billion q/q increase and PLN 57.5 billion y/y growth.
Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) inflation in Poland amounted to 1.4 percent y/y in August 2018 against 1.4 percent y/y inflation a month earlier, the EU statistical office Eurostat has provided. On a monthly basis, the index fell by 0.2 percent.
The average gasoline prices at stations remain stable for the second week in a row. In the coming days, however, a slight increase is possible, BM Reflex analysts estimated. Currently, gasoline 95 costs about PLN 5.11 per liter, gasoline 98 is priced at PLN 5.40 per liter; diesel costs PLN 5.04 per ...
National Bank of Poland (NBP) plans to keep inflation target at 2.5 percent with a deviation range of 1 percentage point, according to assumptions of monetary policy for 2019. Escalation of global trade disputes is the main risk factor for the Polish economy, NBP stated.
Almost one-third of companies in the manufacturing sector (30 percent) plans to hire employees from the East during the next 12 months, according to Personnel Service report.
Rockbridge TFI General Assembly has adopted resolutions on the dissolution of Rockbridge FIZ Bezpieczna Inwestycja 1 and Rockbridge FIZ Safe Investment 3 funds, the company has reported.
The employment rate in Q2 in Poland increased by 1.2 percent q/q. In Q1, the growth stood at 0.1 percent. In the last 12 months, the employment in Poland grew by 0.7 percent.
The State Public Debt at the end of the second quarter of 2018 amounted to PLN 985,850.3 million, an increase of 2.4 percent on the last quarter of 2017, the Ministry of Finance announced in a statement.
The GDP growth rate in 2018 will amount to 4.8 percent y/y against previously anticipated 5 percent, while in 2019 will be equal to 3.5 percent (compared to 3.7 percent expected earlier), according to Credit Agricole.