PLN: Broad-Based Strength To Continue

December 2010
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;Dec2010, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p3
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The article focuses on the status of Polish zloty (PLN) over the U.S. dollar and euro rate, along with some economic indicators in Poland. It states that Polish economy continues to improve due to the advancement of domestic-demand. Hence, it says that such developments will benefit zloty over euro and U.S. dollars especially if the U.S. Federal Reserve begin printing press. Meanwhile, a chart is presented which shows that Polish manufacturing is expanding and experiencing economic recovery.


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