WARSAW, Oct 10 (Reuters) - Poland's inflation and growth projection, which the central bank will release next month, will probably show the need for an interest rate cut, a central banker said on Wednesday.
Quoted by state news agency PAP, moderate Monetary Policy Council (MPC) member Jerzy Hausner said that the forecast was likely to show easing inflation, paving the way for monetary easing.
He did not say whether a rate cut could be expected already at the MPC's next sitting on Nov. 6-7. The bank's key rate stands at 4.75 percent.
(Reporting By Karolina Slowikowska)
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