International Reserves in Poland

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Poland - International Reserves

Economic growth slowed in 2019 although remained sturdy nonetheless. Consumer spending was upbeat last year, supported by soaring wages, generous social transfers and a tight labor market, losing only little steam compared to the previous year. Fixed capital formation also remained rock-solid, buttressed by the fast absorption of EU funds. On the other hand, destocking seems to have been a considerable drag on the economy, likely due to uncertainties related to Brexit and weakness in the German car industry. Heading into 2020, evidence is somewhat mixed: in January, although the PMI index lost some ground, business confidence clocked a sharp rebound, which bodes well for private sector activity. Meanwhile, in the political arena, Parliament backed a controversial law to discipline judges in late January, which could lead to further frictions with EU institutions.

Poland - International Reserves Data

2014   2015   2016   2017   2018  
International Reserves (EUR)82.6  86.9  108  94.6  102  

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Poland International Reserves
Note: International reserves in months of imports.
Source: National Bank of Poland and FocusEconomics calculations.

Poland Facts

Value Change Date
Bond Yield2.07-0.30 %Dec 31
Exchange Rate3.79-0.53 %Jan 01

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