Exchange Rate in Poland
Poland - Exchange Rate
Zloty loses some ground in March
On 30 March, the Polish zloty (PLN) traded at 4.15 per EUR, which was 0.6% weaker than at the end of the previous month. The March loss contrasted February's 2.2% gain, when the currency traded at 4.13 PLN per EUR. In annual terms, the zloty has lost 3.2% compared to the same month last year. Since the beginning of the year, however, the zloty has appreciated 7.0% versus the EUR, as investors continue to seek higher returns in emerging markets. A stronger zloty may help alleviate inflation concerns for Polish policymakers going forward, after February's inflation reached 4.3%, well above the Central Bank's target.
Poland - Exchange Rate Data
|Exchange Rate (vs USD)||3.02||3.54||3.92||4.18||3.48|
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Poland Exchange Rate Chart
Source: Thomson Reuters.
|Bond Yield||2.88||-0.30 %||Mar 11|
|Exchange Rate||3.82||-0.53 %||Mar 11|
|Stock Market||59,470||-1.13 %||Mar 11|
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March 6, 2019
As widely expected by market analysts, the National Bank of Poland (NBP) kept the reference rate unchanged at a record-low 1.50% at its 5–6 March monetary policy meeting.
March 1, 2019
The manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI), released by IHS Markit, dropped to 47.6 points in February (January: 48.2 points).
February 28, 2019
Poland’s economy grew 4.9% year-on-year in unadjusted terms in the fourth quarter of last year, according to a preliminary estimate released by the Statistical Office (GUS) on 28 February.
February 25, 2019
Manufacturing-sector business confidence recovered further in February, according to the business tendency indicators released by the Central Statistical Office (GUS).
February 21, 2019
Nominal retail sales rose 6.6% year-on-year in January, up from December’s 4.7% rise.