Moody's agency with no update on Poland's credit rating

Moody’s credit rating agency, in a statement issued on September 14, announced that it had not updated Poland's credit rating.

This means that Poland's long-term foreign currency credit rating, as assessed by Moody’s, remains at the level of "A2" and its outlook is stable.

Of the three largest rating agencies, Moody's rated Poland's creditworthiness the highest. Fitch assigned Poland a rating of "A-" (one level lower than Moody's). The outlooks of both assessments are evaluated as stable. S&P rates Poland at the "BBB +" level, two levels lower than Moody's, with a positive outlook.

The final confirmations of this year’s ratings for Poland by the Fitch and S&P agencies are scheduled for October 12.