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Ministry of Finance
of the Republic of Latvia
1 Smilsu st., Riga
LV-1919, Latvia

P.: +371-67095405
F.: +371-67095503
E-mail: pasts@fm.gov.lv
info@fm.gov.lv

On Friday, 20 June, the international rating agency Fitch upgraded Latvia’s credit rating. Latvia’s sovereign credit rating for long-term liabilities in the local and foreign currency is upgraded from ‘BBB+’ to ‘A-’ with a stable outlook.

Moody's  Investors Service on Friday June 16 upgraded Latvia' s government bond rating by one notch to Baa1 from Baa2. The outlook of the rating is stable.

On Wednesday, 4 June, Minister for Finance Andris Vilks met with European Union (EU) Commissioner for Regional Policy Johannes Hahn.At the meeting, there have been currently topical issues about EU funds planning period 2014-2020 and Latvia’s priorities in the Cohesion Policy* during Latvia’s Presidency of the Council of the EU which will take place at the first half of 2015.

On Friday, 30 May, the international rating agency Standard&Poor’s upgraded Latvia’s credit rating. Latvia’s sovereign credit rating for long-term liabilities in the local and foreign currency is upgraded from ‘BBB+’ to ‘A-’ with a stable outlook.

On May 19, 2014, in Washington, DC, Mr. Andris Vilks, Minister of Finance of the Republic of Latvia, and World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim signed a formal agreement to facilitate the sharing of Latvian experience with emerging economies and developing countries.  Under this “Baltic Knowledge Initiative”, Latvian experts from the public sector and academia will be made available to join World Bank technical teams to provide analytical and advisory support. 

On 24 April 2014, Latvia has priced an issue of 10-year bonds in an amount of 1 billion euro with a coupon of 2.875% (yield rate of 2.961%). The issue was oversubscribed more than three times. Latvian Finance Minister Andris Vilks said he was pleased with the results of the bond issue in euro and with the level of demand from investors.

On Tuesday, 25 March, the Treasury will repay a part of the international loan issued to Latvia during the economic crisis. One billion euros will be transferred to the European Commission (EC). After repaying a part of the EC loan, the expected residue of resources in the Treasury will be 1.2 billion euros.

On the occasion of the forthcoming accession of the Republic of Latvia to the European Stability Mechanism (ESM), the Latvian Finance Minister Andris Vilks and ESM Managing Director Klaus Regling met today in Riga. At the Finance Minister’s invitation Mr. Regling is in Riga for talks today and tomorrow. He will also meet with the Prime Minister, the Central Bank Governor and Members of the Latvian Parliament.

On Tuesday, 14 January, Latvia after a six-year interval and shortly after the introduction of the euro has successfully sold seven-year bonds amounting to one billion euros with a fixed interest (coupon) rate 2.625% a year (profitability 2.815%). Demand for Latvia’s bonds four times exceeded supply.

Today, the inter economic forecast of the Eurozone was presented by EY in Tallinn, commented by the Latvian Minister of Finance, Andris Vilks, and the Estonian Minister of Finance, Jürgen Ligi. According to the forecast, Estonian economy will grow by 2.5% in 2014, and the newcomer’s – Latvia’s – economy by 4.2%, which will make Latvia the Eurozone country with the most rapidly growing economy, ahead of Estonia.

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