Locked content Base inflation at 0.7% in March – NBP

Poland’s base inflation (excluding food and energy prices) amounted to 0.7 percent in March, compared with 0.8 percent the month before, according to data released by Poland’s Central Bank NBP. Inflation excluding state-controlled prices amounted to 1.5 percent, the same as in February. Inflation ex...

Locked content KNF head: merging KNF with NBP in politicians hands

The draft law on the integration of the KNF with the NBP was prepared more than a year ago and is still waiting for a political decision said the president of the Financial Supervision Authority KNF Marek Chrzanowski. He added that integration would guarantee independence for supervisors, especially...

Base inflation at 0.8% in February – NBP

Poland’s base inflation (excluding food and energy prices) amounted to 0.8 percent in February, compared with 1 percent the month before, according to data released by Poland’s Central Bank NBP.

NBP: loans and mortgages up in January

The value of consumer credits edged up by 0.7 percent or PLN 1.18 billion in January month-on-month and reached PLN 175.3 billion, Poland’s Central Bank (NBP) announced.

Residential real estate prices grew in Q4 – NBP

Residential real estate prices in Poland’s seven biggest cities on the primary market increased in Q4 in y/y terms but dropped q/q, central bank NBP data showed. At end-Q4 2017, the average price of sqm on the primary market amounted to PLN 7,112, while in Q4 2016 it stood at PLN 6,800, while ...

Glapiński: cryptocurrencies make no sense for Polish economy

NBP head Adam Glapiński stated that “introducing [cryptocurrencies (like Bitcoin)], makes no sense for the Polish economy, as they only bring anxiety and provide room for speculation,” and that Poland will follow other European economies: “if they ban cryptocurrencies, so will Poland,” he said in an...