Fitch upgrades Lithuania’s rating to ‘A’

Ratings

Fitch Ratings agency on Friday upgraded Lithuania’s sovereign credit rating to "A" from "A-" and assigned a stable outlook, citing as key drivers behind the upgrade the economy’s resilience to the slowdown in its main trading partners, lowering debt.

Standard & Poor’s credit rating for Lithuania stands at "A" with a stable outlook. Moody’s credit rating for Lithuania was last set at "A3" with a positive outlook. DBRS’s credit rating for Lithuania is "A" with a positive outlook. 

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