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EBRD mulls EUR116-mln loan to Kronospan wood sheet manufacturer

KYIV, June 7 The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) organizes a syndicated loan of EUR116 million for the manufacturer of sheet materials based on wood Kronospan UA (Novovolynsk, Volyn region), which is part of Austrias Kronospan Group, for the construction of a new plant, according to a bank press release. | More

Naftogaz CEO says trilateral talks needed to lower Gazprom prices

KYIV, June 7 Naftogaz Ukrayiny CEO Andriy Kobolev suspects that Gazprom's statement on the readiness to lower the price of gas for Ukraine contains unacceptable conditions and insists on a trilateral format of negotiations with the participation of representatives from the European Union. | More

Ukraine leads in European oil Rig Count rating by Baker Hughes

KYIV, June 7 For the first time, Ukraine has been included in the world rating of operating oil and gas drilling rigs by Baker Hughes GE Rig Count, in which it took the leading position in Europe in terms of the number of machines involved in drilling. | More

Norway's Scatec Solar to invest $300-mln in Ukraine solar power projects

KYIV, June 7 Norway's Scatec Solar by the end of 2019 will boost its portfolio of projects in the solar power sector of Ukraine to some 400 MW, and total investment would reach EUR 250-300 million, Scatec Solar CEO Raymond Carlsen has said in an interview with Energy Reform portal. | More

Zelenskiy party keeps strong lead in poll

KYIV, June 10 - The party of Ukraines new President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has kept a strong lead ahead of a parliamentary election due on July 21, Reuters reported Monday citing an opinion poll. | More

Amsterdam court to rule July 16 on Scythian Gold return to Ukraine

KYIV, June 10 - The Amsterdam Court of Appeal on July 16 is to announce a decision in the case on returning of artifacts from the exhibit Crimea the Golden Island in the Black Sea (the so-called "Scythian gold") to Ukraine, the Ukrainian Justice Ministry reported. | More

Ukraines forex reserves drop 5.5% in May on debt repayments

KYIV, June 7 Ukraines foreign exchange reserves in May 2019 decreased by 5.5% to $19.402 billion due to significant repayments of government debt, according to the NBU's website. | More

PrivatBank loses $9-bln in assets after Crimea annexation by Russia

KYIV, June 10 PrivatBank estimates its losses due to the annexation of Crimea at $9 billion, Deputy Board Chairperson Halyna Pakhachuk has said in an interview with NV.Business magazine published on June 7. | More

Ukrainians would skip tax payments if have a choice: USAID poll finds

KYIV, June 7 Some 41% of Ukrainians will use an opportunity of tax evasion, while 38% of Ukrainian citizens would not take this step, according to a poll conducted under the USAID Financial Sector Transportation (FST) Project. | More

NBU governor sees no risk of foreigners selling Ukrainian bonds

KYIV, June 6 The likelihood of a risk of synchronous step of nonresidents to sell government domestic loan bonds of Ukraine is absent, as well as the significant influence of this factor on the currency market, Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) Yakiv Smolii said. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  25.06.2019 prev
USD 26.19 26.27
RUR 0.416 0.416
EUR 29.84 29.72

Stock Market
  24.06.2019 prev
PFTS 551.4 552.7
source: PFTS


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