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Tensions Rising Among Cabinet Ahead of Winter Energy Crisis

POLAND
  • Rzeczpospolita writes that tensions are rising among the cabinet, with the PM and deputy PM clashing over responsibility for what’s expected to be a sharp downtick in government popularity over winter amid the ongoing energy crisis and rising cost of coal.
  • A piece posted in Parkiet cites ING economists as seeing the PLN staying under pressure until geopolitical pressures across eastern Europe have eased, although the pace of weakness could decline going forward due to already-bearish investor positioning.
  • Unemployment rate data crosses later today and is expected to remain unchanged at 4.9%.
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  • Rzeczpospolita writes that tensions are rising among the cabinet, with the PM and deputy PM clashing over responsibility for what’s expected to be a sharp downtick in government popularity over winter amid the ongoing energy crisis and rising cost of coal.
  • A piece posted in Parkiet cites ING economists as seeing the PLN staying under pressure until geopolitical pressures across eastern Europe have eased, although the pace of weakness could decline going forward due to already-bearish investor positioning.
  • Unemployment rate data crosses later today and is expected to remain unchanged at 4.9%.