Exchange Rate in Poland
Inflation eased to 14.7% in April (March: 16.1%) but remained well above the Central Bank’s 1.5–3.5% target band. Falling transport prices and softer price increases for food and housing and utilities drove the slowdown. Inflation should continue to ease ahead, although it will remain elevated due to ongoing pass-through effects. Energy prices are a key factor to watch.
Poland Exchange Rate Chart
Poland Exchange Rate Data
|Exchange Rate (PLN per EUR, eop)||4.17||4.29||4.25||4.56||4.58|