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NBU approves regulation for synthetic loans between creditor, borrower

KYIV, Feb 16 The National Bank of Ukraine approved regulations allowing synthetic loans, instruments denominated in hryvnias, while all payments between the creditor and the borrower are settled in foreign currency. | More

US blames Russia for cyberattack on Ukraine

WASHINGTON, Feb. 15 The White House on Thursday blamed Russia for carrying out what it called the most destructive and costly cyber-attack in history when it had targeted Ukraine in June 2017. | More

Ukraine plans meeting with European firms seeking to manage gas pipelines

KYIV, Feb. 15 - Ukraine will next week hold the first meeting with seven European energy companies seeking to win the right to manage the countrys natural gas pipelines, an official said Thursday. | More

Grain, steel exports, T-bill purchases help to support hryvnias: NBU

KYIV, Feb 15 Strong hard currency earnings by grain exporters and steelmakers as well as foreign investors buying Treasury bills helped boost local currency, the hryvnia, in February, the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) said Thursday. | More

Ryanair low cost airline to start flying to Ukraine in fall 2018: board member

KYIV, Feb 15 A member of Ryanair board Juliusz Komorek confirmed plans earlier announced by Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan to launch flights from Ukraine in autumn 2018. | More

Ukraine close to visa-free travel deal with South Korea, Avakov says

KYIV, Feb 15 Ukraine has come close to mutual recognition of documents and visa-free regime with the Republic of Korea following a visit of the delegation of the Interior Ministry, which ended on Tuesday, Interior Minister Arsen Avakov said. | More

PM Groysman says external financial support crucial for economic growth

KYIV, Feb 14 - Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman said Ukraine is still dependent on external financial support for economic growth.

"We are spending UAH 130 billion on external debt servicing. We cannot independently develop the economy without external financial support," he said, presenting the results of the Cabinet of Ministers' work for 2017 at a government session. | More

Ukraines GDP growth down at 1.8% in Q4 vs. 2.1% in Q3

KYIV, Feb 14 - The growth of Ukraine's real GDP in the fourth quarter of 2017 compared to the same quarter of 2016 amounted to 1.8% against 2.1% in the third quarter, the State Statistics Service has said. | More

Ukraines economic confidence up at 110.1% in Q1, state service reports

KYIV, Feb 14 - The economic sentiment indicator in Ukraine, calculated by the State Statistics Service, in the first quarter of 2018 was 110.1% compared with 104.3% and 105% in the fourth and third quarters of 2017 respectively, indicating its transition to the stage of recovery. | More

Number of Kyiv apartment sales up 8% in 2017 as market accelerates

KYIV, Feb 14 - The number of contracts for the sale and purchase of apartments in Kyiv in 2017 grew by 8% compared to 2016, to 31,400, setting an absolute record, UTG consulting company has reported, with reference to data from the Ministry of Justice. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  16.03.2018 prev
USD 26.27 26.01
RUR 0.461 0.456
EUR 32.42 32.18

Stock Market
  15.03.2018 prev
PFTS 351.2 353.2
source: PFTS


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