Zloty has held "absolutely safe" range long-term, no form of interventions required - PM Tusk
January 15, 2013
Poland's zloty has traded a "very safe range" over the past year or two and requires no intervention from policy makers, Prime Minister Donald Tusk said Tuesday.
"For many, many months the zloty rate fluctuations have been absolutely safe," Tusk said.
"In all certainty the zloty rate fluctuations that we have seen in the last [10 to 20] months is a very safe range, so I wouldn't be inclined to offer any verbal intervention," he said.