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European Commission urges Ukraine, Russia for talks on natural gas

BRUSSELS, May 23 A senior European Commission official urged Ukraine and Russia for a new round of talks over natural gas issues to prevent any escalations in the future.

Maros Sefcovic, the Vice President for Energy Union at the European Commission, said the EC is ready to host the talks. | More

Boryspil airport to open new Terminal F before summer 2019

KYIV, May 23 The Boryspil international airport plans to launch Terminal F by the start of the summer of 2019, First Deputy Director General of the airport Yevhen Dykhne said on Wednesday. | More

Ukraine, Estonia agree to jointly work against Nord Stream 2 pipeline

KYIV, May 22 - Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman and Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid met in Kyiv to discuss a wide range of geopolitical and economic issues. | More

Ukraines power consumption up 3.1% to 1.62-bln kWh in January-April

KYIV, May 22 - Power consumption in Ukraine grew by 3.1%, or 1.627 billion kWh in January-April 2018 compared to January-April 2017, to 54.356 billion, the Energy and Coal Industry Ministry has told Interfax-Ukraine. | More

Ukraine will not be affected by GE, Wabtec Corp merger

KYIV, May 23 The decision to merge by transport business GE Transportation and Wabtec Corporation, a leading global supplier of equipment, systems and elements for railway transport, would not affect cooperation with Ukrzaliznytsia, President and CEO General Electric Transportation Rafael Santana told acting Ukrzaliznytsia Board Chairman Yevhen Kravtsov. | More

Poroshenko praises Estonia's help to Ukraine to fight Russias aggression

KYIV, May 22 President Petro Poroshenko noted Estonia's contribution to overcoming the consequences of Russian aggression in Ukraine. | More

Ukrainians report better consumer confidence across the board in April

KYIV, May 22 The consumer confidence of Ukrainians improved in April 2018: the Consumer Confidence Index equals 61.3, which is 3.7 points higher than the indicator in March 2018, GfK Ukraine has said in its monthly study. | More

Russia may launch cyber attack on Ukraine

KYIV, May 23 - Russia may be preparing to launch a sophisticated and destructive cyber attack on Ukraine after infecting 500,000 routers globally with hacking software, a U.S. technology company reported Wednesday. | More

Ukraine may face default, currency crisis unless reforms resume

KYIV, May 22 Not enough pace of reforms in key economic directions threaten Ukraine with default and currency crisis, which could result into the political crisis before holding the presidential and parliamentary elections in 2019, according to economists from VoxUkraine Project and the Kyiv School of Economics (KSE). | More

Ukraines economic growth to accelerate, Concorde Capital predicts

KYIV, May 23 Concorde Capital predicts the acceleration of the restoration of the Ukrainian economy in 2018 along with the active growth of domestic consumption, Concorde Capital Head Ihor Mazepa said. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  18.06.2018 prev
USD 26.32 26.22
RUR 0.420 0.421
EUR 30.52 30.76

Stock Market
  15.06.2018 prev
PFTS 462.8 454.3
source: PFTS


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