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NATO: Russian aggression makes harder to implement reforms in Ukraine

KYIV, Oct 11 - NATO notes the difficulty in implementing reforms in Ukraine amid Russia's aggression and stresses the importance of keeping in place sanctions against Russia. | More

Ukraine faces growing inflationary pressure, NBU says

KYIV, Oct 11 Inflationary pressure remains high, despite the weakening of the food inflation, the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has said, commenting on the September inflation figure on its website on Wednesday. | More

Risoil S.A. says Prosecutors, police block operation of JV Black Sea terminal

KYIV, Oct 11 Risoil S.A. has said that Prosecutor General's Office (PGO) and the National Police have been blocking the operation of JV Risoil Terminal LLC at the Chornomorsk seaport (Odesa region) since October 5, 2018. | More

Naftogaz sends warning to Gazprom over as transit overpayment

KYIV, Oct 10 - Naftogaz Ukrayiny has sent a statement to PJSC Gazprom on crediting overpayment for gas transit on account of penalty, which is charged on the debt of the Russian company in accordance with an arbitral award on the transit contract of February 28, 2018. | More

Russia destroys vineyards in Sudak Valley in Crimea, Ukrainian govt says

KYIV, Oct 10 Ukraine's Ministry for Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons has that Russia is destroying vineyards in the Sudak Valley on the southeast coast of the occupied Crimean peninsula. | More

Prosecutor General seeks to take hard-hitting actions against Firtash

KYIV, Oct 10 Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko is waiting for the final conclusions of examinations to make hard-hitting steps against businessman Dmytro Firtash, who has been waiting for extradition to the United States in Austria for the fifth year, and his enterprises in Ukraine in coming months. | More

Ukraines consumer prices up 1.9% on month in September, Statistics Committee reports

KYIV, Oct 10 Consumer prices in Ukraine after a decline by 0.7% in July and stability in August grew by 1.9% in September, and since early 2018 their growth was 5.6%, the State Statistics Service has reported. | More

Aircraft, tanks fighting fire in Ukraine

KYIV, Oct. 10 - Ukraine has sent in specialized tanks and aircraft to fight a massive fire as explosions continued at an arms depot in northern Ukraine on October 10, RFE/RL reported Wednesday citing the army. | More

IMF sees Ukraines gross state debt dropping to 53% of GDP by late 2023

KYIV, Oct 10 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) predicts that gross state (direct) and guaranteed debt of Ukraine would decrease to 53% of GDP by late 2023, according to a report of Fiscal monitor. | More

Ukraine may use 40% of its budget to service debts in 2019: official

KYIV, Oct 10 Head of the Accounting Chamber of Ukraine Valeriy Patskan has said that in 2019, over 40% of the national budget will be used to pay debts, and the opportunities for social and economic expenses would narrow, the press service of the Accounting Chamber has reported. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  22.10.2018 prev
USD 28.18 28.04
RUR 0.428 0.427
EUR 32.32 32.26

Stock Market
  19.10.2018 prev
PFTS 559.8 560.4
source: PFTS


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