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Ukrnafta to carry out 18 hydraulic fracturing operations in 2018

KYIV, Sept 10 Ukrnafta, Ukraines largest oil company, this year plans to carry out at least 18 hydraulic fracturing operations in 2018, the company's press service reported. | More

PM to report on progress in talks with IMF within two weeks

KYIV, Sept 10 Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman will soon be able to report on progress in talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) over resumption of lending. | More

Ukraines coal mining firms reduce output 6.5% on year in January-August

KYIV, Sept 10 - Coal mining enterprises of Ukraine in January-August 2018 reduced extraction of coal by 6.5% (by 1.539 million tons) compared to the same period in 2017, to 22.068 million tons. | More

Ukrainian steel firms boost hard cash revenue 27.7% in January-August

KYIV, Sept 7 - Ukrainian metal companies saw a growth of 27.7% in foreign currency revenues from exports of ferrous metals in January-August 2018 year-over-year, to $7.001 billion. | More

EBA urges government to approve rules for rounding amounts in checks

KYIV, Sept 10 The European Business Association (EBA) urged government to approve rules for rounding amounts in checks that took effect from July 1 and asks not to apply fines for violation of cash discipline, the association said in a statement. | More

Ukraines used car registrations up 86% on year in January-August

KYIV, Sept 7 Primary registrations of passenger cars used in other countries in January-August 2018 grew by 86% year-over-year, to 61,900 units, and their share of the passenger car market reached 63% compared with 53% recorded in January-July, the Ukrautoprom association has reported. | More

Russian church warns over Ukraine move

KYIV, Sept. 8 - The Russian Orthodox Church on Friday slammed its Istanbul-based rival for sending representatives to Ukraine and vowed to retaliate as the two churches are locked in negotiations over Ukraines religious future, Hurriyet Daily News reported. | More

Norways NBT signs deal to build wind farm complex in Kherson region

KYIV, Sept 7 An agreement on the implementation of an international investment project to build a complex of wind farms in Kherson region with Norway's NBT to play the leading role in the project was signed in the Presidential Administration on Thursday. | More

Groysman assures lawmakers on energy resources ahead of winter

KYIV, Sept 7 - Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman assured lawmakers that Ukraine will have enough fuel and energy resources to go through upcoming winter. | More

Kyiv City Council completes foreign debt restructuring, official says

KYIV, Sept 7 - Kyiv City Council on September 4 completed the restructuring of its outstanding foreign debt by exchanging eurobonds with a yield of 8% and maturing in 2015 (2015 eurobonds) with a total nominal value of $101.149 million for new loan participation notes (LPN) falling due on December 15, 2022, with a yield of 7.5%, the city administration's press service said, citing First Deputy Head of Kyiv State City Administration Mykola Povoroznyk. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  18.09.2018 prev
USD 28.13 28.15
RUR 0.412 0.412
EUR 32.83 32.91

Stock Market
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PFTS 539.5 531.3
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