Tag: interest rates

Why a housing market stall could lead to a financial crisis

Why a housing market stall could lead to a financial crisis

The European property market risks imploding, with negative knock-on effects on banks and the stability of the financial system. This is the warning launched by the European Central Bank (ECB) in an article published on its website. Frankfurt experts call on Eurozone governments to take the necessary countermeasures, albeit not top secretly. The problem is […]

Prof. Krysiak: The Polish economy is performing excellently compared to Europe

Prof. Krysiak: The Polish economy is performing excellently compared to Europe

According to the European Commission’s forecasts, next year we will grow three times faster than Germany – says Prof. in an interview with DoRzeczy.pl. Zbigniew Krysiak, economist at the Warsaw School of Economics. DoRzeczy.pl: Professor, interest rates remain at the same level after two cuts. The opposition claims that the Monetary Policy Council could change […]

Another interest rate increase in Russia. Much bigger than expected

Another interest rate increase in Russia. Much bigger than expected

The Russian central bank has raised interest rates again. The increase turned out to be greater than analysts had expected. At the same time, military spending is increasing. Prices in Russia continue to rise and the ruble remains very weak. That is why the central bank decided to raise interest rates again. Major interest rate […]

Good news for mortgages and loans: ECB stopped interest rate increases

Good news for mortgages and loans: ECB stopped interest rate increases

As a result, the slowdown that markets and analysts expected occurred. The European Central Bank decided to stop increasing monetary interest rates after 10 consecutive interest rate hikes. The rate for the main refinancing remained unchanged at 4.50%, the rate for deposits remained at 4% and the rate for marginal loans remained at 4.75%. The […]

What now with the interest rate? There is a voice from the MPC

What now with the interest rate? There is a voice from the MPC

Currently there are no reasons to pursue another interest rate cut, says Przemysław Litwiniuk, member of the Monetary Policy Council. – I am convinced that there are no reasons at this time to pursue another interest rate cut. We will find out in the November projection whether there are reasons to tighten the policy, Litwiniuk […]

Interest rates. The Monetary Policy Council has made a decision

Interest rates. The Monetary Policy Council has made a decision

The Monetary Policy Council (MPC) decided to cut interest rates by 0.25 points. percent – ​​the National Bank of Poland announced in a statement. A meeting of the Monetary Policy Council took place on 3 and 4 October. The Monetary Policy Council decided to cut the NBP interest rate by 0.25 points. percent To the […]

Bujak: The Monetary Policy Council has reasons to lower interest rates

Bujak: The Monetary Policy Council has reasons to lower interest rates

The monetary authorities, i.e. the National Bank of Poland and the Monetary Policy Council, must act cautiously. The size of the interest rate cuts should be small at once, and the central bank should look at the effects of its actions, said Piotr Bujak, chief economist at PKO BP bank, in an interview with DoRzeczy.pl. […]

Will the Monetary Policy Council cut rates again? The prediction of PKO BP economists

Will the Monetary Policy Council cut rates again? The prediction of PKO BP economists

PKO BP analysts predict the Monetary Policy Council will cut rates by 25 bps this week, with the risk of a move of 50 bps and 25 bps in November. – Despite a strong recovery in consumption, GDP growth in real terms will not exceed potential growth at the end of next year, at least […]

Giorgetti about the maneuver: “The interest rate increase took 14-15 billion euros”

Giorgetti about the maneuver: “The interest rate increase took 14-15 billion euros”

Minister of Economy Giancarlo Giorgetti reiterated that one should be cautious about manoeuvring, that not all demands of ministers can be accepted, and reminded that the increase in interest rates narrows the area of ​​public finance and makes our debts more burdensome. “If rates had stayed the same as they were last year or two […]

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