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Kiev standoff with bondholders continues
KIEV, June 29 - The Finance Ministry kept up pressure on creditors on Monday before key restructuring talks, blaming a bondholder group for the deadlock in negotiations, but the bondholder group said the ministrys comments showed an inconsistency in Kiev's stance, Reuters reported. 23:49 | More
Gazprom rethinking plans to stop gas transport via Ukraine after 2019
MOSCOW, June 29 - Kremlin-controlled gas producer Gazprom is rethinking plans to stop transporting gas to Europe via Ukraine after 2019, a change of tack that comes just days before talks on supplies to Ukraine are due to resume, Reuters reported. 23:48 | More
VAT cancellation could hit meat output, market participants say
KIEV, June 29 - Ukraine may face a rapid drop in meat production if the countrys government decides to cancel benefits on VAT for livestock producers, according to market participants. 23:47 | More
Russia understands that it cannot win in this war, for Ukraine has a strong spirit, Ukrainian nation is untied as never before and the whole world demonstrates solidarity with Ukraine, the President said in the interview to Bloomberg. (Photo by the president's press service)
SPF approves list of 30 companies eligible for Group E privatization
KIEV, June 26 The State Property Fund has approved a list of 30 companies of group E, the state stakes in the charter capital of which are eligible for privatization with the participation of the fund and its regional departments in 2015. 23:45 | More
IN FOCUS Kiev offers 'last chance' to bondholders
KIEV, June 19 - Ukraine offered an updated debt restructuring proposal to creditors on Friday, its Finance Minster said, warning that Kiev would halt debt payments if bondholders did not make use of this "last chance" to clinch a deal in coming talks, Reuters reported. 14:18 | More
Ex-separatist leader predicts 'big war'
MOSCOW, June 24 - A ceasefire is likely to collapse in east Ukraine and Russia could be drawn into a "big war" to cleanse the "sore on its borders", the former leader of the region's pro-Russian separatists said, Reuters reported. 14:39 | More
COMMENT AND ANALYSIS
Ukraine economy could fall 6% this year, according to official

Ukraine's GDP will register a 3% decline for H1 and could fall 6% this year, First Deputy Economic Development and Trade Minister Anatoliy Maksiuta said at a briefing in Kiev. He said that inflation this year could accelerate to 19%.More

Ukraine's economic decline accelerating

Ukraine's economic decline has accelerated as fighting between the army and pro-Russian separatists in the east took a heavy toll on industry and other economic activity in the last three months, Reuters reported.More

Hryvnia won't tank further this year, according to trade minister

Ukraine's Ministry of Economic Development and Trade is not expecting the further devaluation of the hryvnia and an increase in the rate of inflation growth in the current year, Minister Pavlo Sheremeta has said at a briefing in Kiev.More

1938 Sudetenland vs. 2014 Ukraine; West must act now

The West must not ignore Russia's ongoing attack on Ukraine because inaction will create a monster that will be able to destroy the Western civilization. Look at Germany's annexation of Sudetenland in 1938 for parallels.More

Nation
NATO may reconsider lethal weapons policy, defense minister says
Kiev standoff with bondholders continues
Gazprom rethinking plans to stop gas transport via Ukraine after 2019
NATO chief: Russians not done in Ukraine
Kiev must abandon corruption for Eurointegration, EU citizen poll says
Kiev calls for international tribunal to try MH17 perpetrators
Ukraine launches new enhanced visa information system on June 23
Russia, Ukraine and EU to hold 3-way natgas talks in Vienna this month
Ukraine to outsource 'most corrupt' customs offices, says PM
Creditors' committee rejects IMF Ukraine debt restructuring proposal
NDSC secretary calls for modernization of Ukraine military equipment
NBU reserves growing but still inadequate, central bank governor says
Kiev has yet to receive response on Yukos, Justice Ministry reports
Kiev cries foul on Gazprom-Eustream deal
French and German leaders complain of insufficient progress on Ukraine
IMF, Finance Ministry and creditors set to meet in DC next week
Lithuanian energy minister to push Belarus on natgas transit
Ukrainians sharply divided on prospect of NATO membership, poll shows
Ukraine pitching value recovery instrument to creditors, Yaresko says
Business
Trade ministry writes letter to invite PayPal to come to Ukraine
Wage arrears grew 21.1% in May, State Statistics Service reports
EBA executive director criticizes Yatseniuk at cabinet meeting
VAT cancellation could hit meat output, market participants say
SPF approves list of 30 companies eligible for Group E privatization
Finance ministry resumes domestic loan bond offerings after hiatus
State grain corporation to supply 1.5-2 million tons of corn to China
Moody's assigns Counterparty Risk Assessments to 3 Ukrainian banks
Cabinet of Ministers announces two oblenergo stake selloffs
Housing and utility subsidies up sixfold YTD, government reports
Moody's: No haircut necessary for holders of Ukrainian bonds
Rusal to contest Ukraine's seizure of Zaporizhia Aluminum stake
Ukrainian JCCC chief expresses concern over nuclear waste in DPR
NCCR asks global companies for 4G communications standard roadmap
Ukraine's external debt down slightly this year, NBU reports
Ukraine tax authorities should be reined in, AmCham poll shows
ArcelorMittal will continue operation despite difficulties, CEO says
Real 'Maski Show' ensues as intruders search Prominvest Bank
SPF moves to guard ZAlK ahead of possible government seizure
Ad-hoc Bondholders Committee continuing to resist debt haircut
Currencies (in hryvnias)
  30.06.2015 prev
USD 21.02 21.20
RUR 0.383 0.388
EUR 23.54 23.75

Stock Market
  26.06.2015 prev
PFTS 351.4 349.7
source: PFTS

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