Population in Poland

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Poland - Population

The economy expanded strongly in Q1, buoyed by robust domestic demand. A tight labor market and rapidly rising wages continued to spur consumer spending, while fixed investment benefited from sustained EU funding and low interest rates. Momentum is expected to have carried over into Q2. A jump in retail sales, the declining unemployment rate and sturdy wage growth in April all point to resilient household spending, although cooling consumer confidence calls for caution. As for the production side, surging industrial production in April and positive business sentiment in the first two months of the quarter reinforce the picture of a solid economy. In the political arena, the governing Law and Justice (PiS) party won a convincing victory in the European elections. This, together with the government’s fiscal stimulus measures, bodes well for PiS in this autumn’s parliamentary elections.

Poland - Population Data

2013  2014  2015  2016  2017  
Population (million)38.1  38.0  38.0  38.0  38.0  

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Poland Facts

ValueChangeDate
Bond Yield2.11-0.30 %Jun 14
Exchange Rate3.80-0.53 %Jun 14
Stock Market59,092-1.13 %Jun 14

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