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(Bloomberg) — Polish borrowing costs are being kept near zero as record new cases of Covid-19 reignite concerns about the economic outlook.

While some central bankers have urged interest-rate increases to be considered next year, analysts see little chance of a move before then. The bank left its benchmark at a record-low 0.1% on Wednesday, as predicted by all analysts surveyed by Bloomberg.

Despite monthly data signaling the European Union’s biggest eastern economy saw an improvement last quarter, daily infections are now four times what they were in the spring, raising the prospect of restrictions being reimposed on businesses.



Polish central bank's hold on rates pushes short-term yield near zero


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Polish central bank’s hold on rates pushes short-term yield near zero

“The trajectory of virus development in Poland and in the world is still a powerful risk factor,” Mbank economists led by Marcin Mazurek said in a research note. “We won’t see interest-rate hikes in Poland until the economy accelerates and inflation rises above the target. This scenario is probably only for 2022.”

Markets agree, pricing in no change to the benchmark for at least a year and pushing yields on government debt toward zero. The zloty, meanwhile, has also slipped, losing 1.9% against the euro last quarter. That’s unlikely to worry the Monetary Policy Council, which has been pushing for a weaker currency to underpin the economic recovery.



Adam Glapiński wearing a suit and tie: Poland's Central Bank Governor Adam Glapinski News Conference As Rates Held And Hawks Sidelined


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Central bank Governor Adam Glapinski has called the current benchmark “fair,” suggesting Poland won’t follow Hungary in raising rates. Uncertainty about the pandemic and slowing inflation mean monetary

By Swati Pandey

SYDNEY, Oct 6 (Reuters)Australia’s central bank left its cash rate at a record low on Tuesday but hinted at further monetary easing to bolster the coronavirus-hit economy, which is suffering its worst contraction since the Great Depression.

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) kept the rate unchanged at 0.25%, as widely expected in a Reuters poll, and at the level it has stood since an emergency cut in mid-March.

“The Board views addressing the high rate of unemployment as an important national priority,” RBA Governor Philip Lowe said in a statement announcing the outcome of the policy meeting.

“The Board continues to consider how additional monetary easing could support jobs as the economy opens up further.”

The government is due to release its budget on Tuesday evening, where it is expected to boost spending to support jobs and growth in the coronavirus-hit economy.

“Both fiscal and monetary support will be required for some time given the outlook for the economy and the prospect of high unemployment,” Lowe said.

The decision to hold fire comes after the central bank last month boosted the size of its term funding facility to around A$200 billion ($148.08 billion).

Economists polled by Reuters last week widely expect the RBA to deliver a 15 basis point cut to 0.1% in November. AU/INT

Australia is set to forecast a record budget deficit of around A$200 billion ($143 billion) for 2020/21 in its federal budget, with its balance sheet driven into the red by a surge in welfare payments due to COVID-19 business closures and job losses. S9N2EK00G

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(Bloomberg) — India’s top court asked the government and banks how they plan to waive deferred interest on loans for small borrowers and whether similar relief measures could be provided to other sectors.



a large clock tower towering over a city at night: A metro train travels along an elevated track as residential buildings stand in the background at night in the outskirts of New Delhi, India, on Sunday, July 7, 2019. India's new Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman resisted calls for a fiscal boost to spur a weakening economy, sticking instead to a plan to narrow the budget deficit over time by keeping spending in check.


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A metro train travels along an elevated track as residential buildings stand in the background at night in the outskirts of New Delhi, India, on Sunday, July 7, 2019. India’s new Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman resisted calls for a fiscal boost to spur a weakening economy, sticking instead to a plan to narrow the budget deficit over time by keeping spending in check.

The Supreme Court on Monday asked lawyers from the government and Reserve Bank of India to submit information on the measures they plan to take on waiving some of the interest and recasting loans for stressed borrowers. The court will listen to this feedback on Oct. 13.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government will pay the “interest on interest” on loans of as much as 20 million rupees ($273,000) for the duration of the Reserve Bank of India-authorized repayment holiday that ended on Aug. 31, according to an affidavit filed by the Ministry of Finance in the Supreme Court on Friday.

Groups of borrowers, including industry bodies for real estate and power producers, have approached the top court seeking a waiver on compounded interest and an extension of the repayment holiday.

Banks and home finance companies have been imposing charges on both the principal and the interest, which translated into repayment periods being extended by more than six months.

Relief Measures

The waiver comes after the Supreme Court asked the Modi administration to assess the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the economy and come up with proposals for relief measures.

The Reserve Bank of India has taken a number of

That’s not easy when the safe investments that pension funds usually rely on are paying less than 1 percent, a consequence of low interest rates.

CalPERS, the nation’s largest public pension plan, fell short of its goal in the fiscal year that ended June 30. Now, along with embracing riskier investments like private equity, Bienvenue is gambling on making low rates work for him, by borrowing billions of dollars in hopes of juicing the pension plan’s returns.

“We have to take more risk in some places,” he said. “…Systemically low interest rates, the net effect makes the challenge more difficult.”

CalPERS’ shift is just one example of how an era of persistently low interest rates has rippled across the economy, altering incentives while benefiting some groups and hurting others.

Consumers have snapped up 0% percent auto loans and mortgages at sub-3 percent rates. That’s helped the economy by driving sales of new homes and automobiles.

Depressed rates also have fueled a rise in corporate and government debt, aggravated trends toward greater inequality and left a wounded economy more dependent upon fiscal support from lawmakers at a time when Congress is intensely polarized.

Rates have been stuck at ultra-low levels for most of the past 12 years because of chronically weak demand in the U.S., Europe and Japan. The recovery from the 2008 financial crisis was the most anemic since World War II and — despite President Trump’s claims to have produced the greatest economy in history — the U.S. economy grew at an average rate of just 2.5 percent from 2017 through the end of last year.

Aging populations, subpar productivity growth and a once-in-a-century global health scare led the Fed earlier this year to return its benchmark borrowing rate to near zero and to resume large-scale buying of corporate