Polish Zloty Falls After Comments of MPC Member

The Polish zloty fell today after a member of central bank’s Monetary Policy Council signaled that the National Bank of Poland would accept depreciation of the currency if it happens
Jerzy Kropiwnicki said that it would be “acceptable” if the zloty tumbles to record lows after the Brexit vote. He noted that a weaker currency would be beneficial to nation’s exporters. The zloty, which was already under pressure from concerns about the future of the European Union, dropped after the comments.
USD/PLN rose 0.44% to 3.9089 as of 17:28 GMT today.

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