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LJUBLJANA (Slovenia), October 9 (SeeNews) - Rating agencies Fitch and Moody's are likely to upgrade Slovenia's credit rating next year, to align it to the one assigned by Standard & Poor's, Erste Group said.
"Slovenia is currently the best rated by S&P, but the dispersion within ratings is huge," Erste Group said in a CEE Special report last week.
"Therefore, a one-notch upgrade from Fitch is likely within the next year (currently two notches below S&P) and even a two-notch upgrade from Moody’s (currently four notches below S&P)," Erste said.
S&P's credit rating for Slovenia stands at AA- with stable outlook, while the rating given by Moody's is set at Baa1 with positive outlook and the Fitch rating is assigned at A with stable outlook.