Last week’s European Court of Justice (ECJ) opinion on Poland’s Swiss franc mortgage dispute dealt yet another blow to Poland’s banking sector and will expose those banks with large FX loan portfolios. The sector as a whole looks strong, but many banks are likely to preserve capital and keep credit growth weak.
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