Poland's consumer price index expanded 1.9% y/y in January, shedding 0.2pp compared to the annual growth rate seen in the preceding month.
Polish economic growth loses some pace compared to the seasonally adjusted y/y expansion of 5.2% in the third quarter.
There were $5.8bn of issues in the bond markets of Central and Eastern Europe in January, well ahead of the $390mn of issues a year ago.
Lithuanian producer prices grew 3.1% y/y in January, after expanding 3.5% y/y the previous month.
Inflation has now grown in y/y terms for 17 months straight, having not fallen below the 2% mark since December 2016.