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

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 ...

S&P affirms Poland’s rating

Rating agency Standard & Poor’s affirmed Poland’s BBB+/A-2 with a stable outlook. According to S&P Poland has a positive outlook when it comes to its flexible exchange rate regime and NBP’s independent and credible monetary policy, which offsets the risks arising from gover...

Locked content Poland among the most vulnerable CEE countries post-Brexit

A brexit heat map compiled by rating agency Standard and Poor’s suggests that Lithuania, Latvia, Hungary, and Poland are the most exposed CEE countries if the UK leaves the EU, given their large migrant populations, remittances, trade links, and the importance of EU funds to finance investment...

Locked content S&P: 42% of Poles financially literate

According to the first-ever Standard and Poor’s Global Financial Literacy Survey by the World Bank, Gallup, and George Washington University, as many as  42 percent of Poles are financially literate, which puts Poland in 40th position globally. The result is significantly lower than the result...