S&P boosts Poland’s outlook to ‘positive’

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Ratings agency S&P increased Poland’s outlook to “positive” from stable” and affirmed its short- and long-term credit rating at “BBB+.” The increase in outlook means that the rating itself could be increased in the next 24 months. S&P expects Poland to continue economic expansion throughout 2018, underpinned by strong external demand, generous EU transfers and resilience of its large, diversified and open economy. Th agency also said that its analysts believe Poland will be able to navigate the risks of overheating the economy, as well as its complicated relations with the EU.

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