Inflation in Poland remained at the same level in April as in March, according to analysts polled by Parkiet. Specialists from 23 financial institutions, asked whether they expected upcoming data to show clear indications of a slowdown last month, said that they did not.
Forecasts for some macroeconomic data even seem to indicate that the situation was better than a month earlier.
When it comes to industrial production, there is more uncertainty, although indications are that it grew on the month, with forecasts ranging between 0.5 percent to 3.2 percent of m/m growth.
In the last few months, this indicator has been tough to predict for economists.
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