Polish fixed investments probably improved for the first time this year in the third quarter, economists said.
Poland’s inflation rate probably fell to the lowest since August 2007 last month as manufacturing declined, strengthening expectations the central bank will keep its key interest at a record low.
Polish corporate wage growth slowed in May from a 16-month high, suggesting the central bank may not need to override its governor’s preference for taking a break from increasing interest rates.
India’s economy grew less than 5 percent for a second quarter, adding pressure on Prime Minister Narendra Modi to spur investment after winning the strongest electoral mandate in 30 years.
Poland’s economic growth quickened to the fastest pace in two years as record-low borrowing costs revived investment and consumer spending.