Late Friday, S&P Global Ratings announced that it had affirmed Poland's credit rating at 'A-'. The agency also defined the ratings outlook as stable.
The Japanese Rating Investment and Information agency has confirmed Poland's foreign currency rating at "A-", and raised the country's rating prospects from negative to stable.
Government welcomes upgrade saying its policies are bringing “tangible results”.
Moody’s credit rating agency, in a statement issued on September 14, announced that it had not updated Poland's credit rating.
Ratings agency S&P Global Ratings has revised Poland's rating outlook to positive from stable and affirmed the country's long-term "BBB+/A-2" long- and short-term credit ratings in foreign currency, the agency said in a Friday report.
The ratings agency Fitch has upgraded Poland's GDP growth estimate for 2018 to 3.9 percent from the previously expected 3.6 percent. The GDP growth estimate for 2019 (3.2 pct) remains unchanged.