Polish Bonds Fall as Moody's Report Underscores Downgrade ThreatBy
Wrangling over court changes is `credit negative': Moody's
Moody's warning follows S&P downgrade to BBB+ in January
Polish bonds fell, sending yields on five-year notes up the most in two weeks, as Moody’s Investors Service said wrangling over changes to its Constitutional Court is “credit negative.”
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