The debate around whether Polish central bank governor Adam Glapinski could be brought before the State Tribunal and be removed from his post took twists and turns this week. But at this stage the events are likely to remain political noise and we don't expect it to impact Poland's financial markets or monetary policy decisions in a material way over the coming months. Elsewhere, comments from Russian central bank governor Nabiullina this week reiterated her criticism of various government economic policies and she stressed the likelihood that monetary policy will need to stay tight in response. We think another interest rate hike is on the cards next week.
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