Poland plays it smart to lock in €1.5bn ahead of busy political calendar

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By Lucy Fitzgeorge Parker , Virginia Furness
16 Mar 2017

Poland played a smart hand on Thursday to lock in €1.5bn of funding in the midst of a healthy risk-on market, but with risk events on the horizon, Poland’s deputy finance minister told GlobalCapital he was happy to be on the “safe side”.

Though the central and eastern European (CEE) sovereign’s plans to issue in euros were unlikely to be impeded by the outcome of the Federal Open Markets Committee (FOMC) meeting on Wednesday, the post-result relief rally was a boost to sentiment.

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