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The Ministry of Finance of Poland is responsible for new government bond issues on behalf of the State Treasury. Polish sovereign debt market is the most developed in CEE region. According 2012 statistics the total amount of outstanding local bonds were USD 170.8 billion, while the outstanding eurobonds cost USD 64 billion.
Local government bond market has two main directions of retail bonds, which are dedicated for private investors, and T-bonds and T-bills, which serves for institutional investors purposes. Every month there are four series of retail bonds on 2, 3, 4 and 10 years to maturity date. Ministry of Finance organizes auctions of coupon T-bonds and zero-coupon T-bills. The eurobonds are nominated mainly in EUR, JPY and USD.
The main liquidity on a public debt market is concentrated on two trade systems of Catalyst bond market: BondSpot, dedicated for institutional investors, and Warsaw Stock Exchange, where private investors are involved.
|03/05/2021||Moody's Investors Service affirms Poland at "A2" (LT- local currency credit rating); outlook stable|
|03/05/2021||Moody's Investors Service affirms Poland at "A2" (LT- foreign currency credit rating); outlook stable|
|22/03/2021||Fitch Ratings affirms Poland at "A-" (LT Int. Scale (foreign curr.) credit rating); outlook stable|
|22/03/2021||Fitch Ratings affirms Poland at "A-" (LT Int. Scale (local curr.) credit rating); outlook stable|