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Rada to hold emergency session Monday

KYIV, April 8 Parliament will hold an emergency session on Monday, three days later than planned, to debate and vote on legislation required for Ukraine to win lending from the International Monetary Fund. | More

Ukraines forex reserves drop 7.8% to $24.92-bn in March, NBU reports

KYIV, April 8 Ukraine's foreign exchange reserves, according to preliminary data, decreased by 7.8%, or by $2.1 billion, to $24.92 billion in March 2020, the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) reported Wednesday. | More

Ukrainian supermarkets may soon run out of lemons due to coronavirus

KYIV, April 8 Ukrainian supermarkets may run out of lemons soon as supply chains have been disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, Kateryna Zvereva, Development Director at the Ukrainian Horticultural Association, said Wednesday.
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EBA urges Zelenskiy to appoint energy minister amid COVID-19 threat

KYIV, April 7 The European Business Association (EBA) urged President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to appoint the minister of energy and environmental protection as soon as possible as coronavirus pandemic threaten to undermine the sector. | More

Milk Alliance plans UAH 400-mln investments to expand dairy sector

KYIV, April 7 Milk Alliance, a business group with assets in the dairy industry, plans to invest UAH 400 million to expand capacity of its dairies and treatment facilities in 2020, the company reported Tuesday. | More

Ukraines lab testing market to shrink 30% on year in 2020 due to virus

KYIV, April 7 The laboratory testing market in Ukraine may shrink 25-30% on the year to EUR 150 million in 2020 due to the coronavirus quarantine and ensuing economic turmoil, Synevo, which operates largest lab chain, reported. | More

Effort underway to delay IMF-backed bill

KYIV, April 7 A crucial bill that the International Monetary Fund wants Ukraine to approve quickly may face delays after a group of lawmakers submitted 16,000 amendments ahead of its second reading. | More

Ukraines economy may contract 5.9% on year in 2020 on coronavirus: analysts

KYIV, April 7 Ukraine's GDP could contract by 5.9% in 2020 after growth by 3.2% last year, according to a macroeconomic forecast presented by the Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting. | More

Ukraines steel sector suffers from weak global demand on coronavirus

KYIV, April 7 The rapid spread of the virus in most countries of the world in March led to a sharp deterioration in steel market, mostly affecting Ukrainian producers of long and flat rolled, analysts said Tuesday. | More

Group warns power sector crisis threatens Ukraines energy security

KYIV, April 7 The Ukrainian Energy Assembly and the Federation of Employers of the Fuel and Energy Complex warned of a full-blown crisis in the fuel and power complex, threatening Ukraine's energy security, and are asking for urgent measures to overcome it. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  09.04.2020 prev
USD 27.20 27.10
RUR 0.360 0.358
EUR 29.58 29.57

Stock Market
  08.04.2020 prev
PFTS 502.9 504.5
source: PFTS


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