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Kyiv City agrees to take EUR 110-mln EBRD loan for public transport

KYIV. April 12 The Kyiv City Council at a meeting on Thursday approved the attraction of a loan of EUR 110 million from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to buy rolling stock under the Kyiv City Public Transport Project II. | More

Most Ukrainians hope economy will improve after presidential election

KYIV, April 11 Some 52% of Ukrainians hope that the situation in the country will improve somewhat after the presidential election, and positive expectations of Ukrainian citizens increased almost 1.5 times after the first round of the vote. | More

Ukraine's state debt to GDP ratio to drop to 62% by end-year

KYIV, April 10 The ratio of Ukraine's total state debt to gross domestic product (GDP) after falling from 71.9% of GDP in 2017 to 63.9% in 2018 will decrease to 62% by the end of this year, this forecast is contained in the updated World Economic Outlook (WEO), promulgated by the International Monetary Fund. | More

IMF sees no major depreciation of hryvnia vs. US dollar in 2019

KYIV, April 10 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) uses the average annual forex rate set at UAH 28.681 per U.S. dollar for 2019 and UAH 29.958 per U.S. dollar for 2020 when converting GDP in hryvnias to U.S. dollars in its updated April 2019 World Economic Outlook, which is almost the same as in the previous outlook issued last October. | More

Cabinet expands list of Russian goods under sanctions

KYIV, April 10 The Cabinet of Ministers has expanded a list of goods from the Russian Federation on which embargo is imposed, including glass canning jars, bottles and glass containers for food and beverages in it. | More

Ukraine files protest with IMO over Russias actions in Sea of Azov

KYIV, April 10 - Ukraine has filed a protest with the Maritime Safety Committee of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) against Russia's actions in regard to the Ukrainian vessels sailing in the Sea of Azov. | More

Poroshenko, Zelenskiy to meet Macron

PARIS, April 10 - The two remaining candidates in Ukraines presidential race will meet French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday as Paris seeks to prepare for what happens after the run-off on April 21, Reuters reported on Wednesday citing a French presidential source. | More

EU Association Agreement delivers positive results for Ukraine: EU diplomat

KHARKIV, April 9 The EU-Ukraine Association Agreement is producing positive results, and Ukraine is integrating economically in the EU, Head of the EU Delegation to Ukraine Hugues Mingarelli has said. | More

NBUs Smoliy leaves for IMF, World Bank meeting in Washington

KYIV, April 10 Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) Yakiv Smolii as a member of a Ukrainian delegation on Wednesday leaves for Washington to visit the annual spring meeting of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank, the press service of the NBU has said on its Facebook page. | More

Naftogazs Kobolev tells traders to create emergency stocks of gas by Jan 1

KYIV, April 10 Naftogaz Ukrayiny CEO Andriy Kobolev has called on gas market players in Ukraine to create gas reserve stocks in the conditions of a threat of termination of contracts with Russia's Gazprom from January 1, 2020. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  18.04.2019 prev
USD 26.69 26.72
RUR 0.417 0.416
EUR 30.16 30.21

Stock Market
  17.04.2019 prev
PFTS 538.5 534.1
source: PFTS


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