HICP inflation at 1.4% in January – Eurostat

The harmonized index of consumer prices for Poland stood at 1.4 percent year-on-year in January, according to data released by the EU’s statistics office Eurostat. In month-on-month terms, prices increased by 0.3 percent.

Polish economy will pick up soon – NBP Head

According to the head of Poland’s Central Bank (NBP), Adam Głapiński Polish economy should gain momentum in Q2. “It will be a dynamic growth, significant. For the whole 2017, we should post 3.5-3.6 percent growth,” he said.

Locked content Inflation still low – GUS

The Central Statistical Office of Poland (GUS) stated in a press release on Friday that consumer inflation was 0.8 percent, in annual terms, in December. This was a slight increase over the previous month, as the rate was 0.0 percent in November. Compared to the previous month, the prices of goods a...

Moody’s releases new estimates for 2018 GDP growth, inflation

Rating agency Moody’s has issued its forecast for Poland’s GDP growth, as well as the country’s deficit-to-GDP ratio, for 2018. In the Friday forecast released to the press, it said that GDP would grow at a rate of 2.8 percent, y/y, and also that the deficit-to-GDP ratio would be 2.8 percent. Earlie...

Polish economy registers inflation in November

During the month of November, the consumer price inflation (HICP) recorded a positive percentage in Poland for only the second time since late 2015, data from Eurostat indicated. The rate was 0.2 percent, against 0.1 percent inflation, y/y, a month earlier. Across the EU, HICP inflation was 0.6 perc...