On Monday, January 10 at noon, the National Bank of Poland published information about average exchange rates. The next table will be presented on Tuesday, January 11, 2022, on the NBP website. New data should be expected between 11:45 and 12:15.
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Average exchange rates of the National Bank of Poland – Monday 10/01/2022 [kurs dolara, funta, euro, franka]:
- euro exchange rate: PLN 4.5377;
- dollar exchange rate: PLN 4.0064;
- Swiss franc exchange rate: PLN 4.3500;
- pound sterling rate: PLN 5.4406.
Live exchange rates – Tuesday 11/01/2022 [kurs dolara, funta, euro, franka]:
After Monday’s zloty increase, the trend was reversed. Major currencies are gaining, albeit at a rather moderate pace. The exception here is the franc, which is cheaper by 0.50 percent. The Swiss currency has lost another three cents in value and is moving further and further away from its historic high. The franc exchange rate on Tuesday morning is PLN 4.32. The dollar already costs PLN 4.008 and is growing by 0.05%. You have to pay PLN 4.54 for the euro, the common European currency is gaining at the rate of 0.18%. The GBP / PLN exchange rate is PLN 5.44 and is growing by 0.15%.
Macroeconomic calendar. What can affect exchange rates?
Below is a calendar of macroeconomic events for Tuesday, January 11, 2022, prepared by Macronext and Investing.com analysts
- 11:20: Eurozone – A public speech by the President of the ECB (Christine Lagarde);
- 3:30 pm: USA – Kansas City Fed chairman (Esther George) speaks;
- 4:00 pm: USA – Public speech by Fed chairman (Jerome Powell);
- 18:00: USA – Short-term forecast for the energy sector – EIA data.
The government claims that all problems with the Polish Government are temporary, they will be fixed, and those who earn up to PLN 12.8 thousand will benefit or not. PLN gross monthly. However, many Poles still do not know what their wages will be for January. How can you calculate your salary? What do you need to pay attention to? How to protect yourself against the possibility of lower earnings? Send your questions to: [email protected] We will ask them on your behalf in the Q&A program this Thursday, January 13 at 12:00. Our guest will be Małgorzata Samborska, tax advisor and partner at Grant Thornton