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The US Dollar / Zloty is the most popular pair to trade the Polish currency. Zloty is the Polish word for golden. The Polish economy was the only EU country to avoid a recession in the 2008-2009 financial crisis. Exports provided about 23% of GDP in 2012, and large amounts of trading with the Euro-zone and the UK makes Poland susceptible to influences from those economies.


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US Dollar and Polish Zloty News

USD/PLN Consolidates on Wavering U.S. Outlook & NBP CPI Data
USD/PLN consolidation explained by shifting U.S. sentiment on global recovery and the release of NBP CPI figures.
USD/PLN Finds Resistance as NBP Cuts Rates by 50 bps to 2.0%
NBP cuts interest rates from 2.5 to 2.0 percent based on weak and uneven economic growth domestically and abroad, leaving USD/PLN to find resistance.
USD/PLN 10% off 2014 Lows on NBP Rate Cut Expectations
Traders are left watching 2 key levels on the USD/PLN pair, as lackluster performances from key economic indicators, foreshadow a decrease in NBP interest rates.
Forex: The Case for a USD/CZK Breakout
While imparting new risk factors for such currency pairs like USD/PLN, a range of fundamental factors, most notably central bank policy measures, could soon give lift to USD/CZK.
A USD/PLN Breakout with the Best Kind of Confirmation
A technical breakout and fundamental factors including Fed tapering and economic weakness in the Eurozone combine to make a strong case for buying USDPLN at current levels.

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Date Time Currency Event Importance Actual Forecast Previous Notes
Oct 28
USD Durable Goods Orders (SEP) 0.3% -18.2%
USD Consumer Confidence (OCT) 87 86
Oct 29
USD Fed QE3 Pace (OCT) $0B $15B
USD Fed Pace of Treasury Purchases (OCT) $0B $10B
USD Fed Pace of MBS Purchases (OCT) $0B $5B
USD Federal Open Market Committee Rate Decision (OCT 29) 0.25% 0.25%
Oct 30
USD Gross Domestic Product (Annualized) (3Q A) 2.9% 4.6%