Złoty w konsolidacji między 4,05-4,10/EUR, obligacje nadal się umacniają
The Polish zloty is continuing its consolidation in the EUR/PLN 4.05-4.10 range and may stay at such levels on Friday, while Treasury bonds continue their rally, local players told PAP.
"Thursday turnover was not high," ING BSK chief dealer Karol Zaluski told PAP. "We haven't broken the EUR/PLN 4.10 level, which means that we are still in consolidation between 4.05 and 4.10 vs. the euro."
"And that's a scenario for coming days, until we break any of those levels," he added.
The bond market continues to gain and traders expect that trend to hold, at least short term.
"The market is still very strong on Thursday, yields continue to decline," Bank Millennium chief trader Henryk Sulek said. "Everything suggests we will have no prompt trend reversal, although gains may stop for a while."
"Next week there will be many events that may help investors make a decision whether to increase positions or trim them," Sulek said. "On Friday we will see what PM Tusk says, but I don't think it will surprise markets."
On Friday at 9:00 PM Donald Tusk will present cabinet's plans for the next three years of the parliamentary term.
Next week, stats office GUS will announce September inflation data (Monday) and industrial output data (Wednesday).