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Ukraine asks Pope for help in Russia talks

VATICAN CITY, Feb 9 - President Volodymyr Zelenskiy asked Pope Francis on Saturday for help to win the release of prisoners of war held by Russia and Russian-backed separatists, Reuters reported. | More

NBU to ease monetary policy to curb hryvnias appreciation in 2020-2022

KYIV, Feb 10 Easing monetary policy would be an effective way to respond to rapid appreciation of the hryvnia against the U.S. dollar over the past several years, the National Bank of Ukraine said in a report. | More

Naftogaz mulls new lawsuits against Gazprom over gas transit

KYIV, Feb 10 Naftogaz Ukrayiny is considering the possibility of filing new lawsuit against Gazprom with the international arbitration tribunal and the EU antitrust authority, Executive Officer of Naftogaz Ukrayiny Yuriy Vitrenko reported.
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NBU allows foreign banks buy hard currency for hryvnias in trading

KYIV, Feb 7 The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has permitted nonresident banks to sign agreements on sale and purchase of foreign currency for hryvnias between each other, settling payments through correspondent accounts in Ukrainian bank, the NBU has reported on its website. | More

Ukraine, Italy seek to boost trade ties

KYIV, Feb 7 Ukraine and Italy will seek to accelerate trade and economic cooperation within the next few years as pace of reforms accelerates, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said Friday. | More

Ukrainian central bank expects slower growth in money supply in 2020

KYIV, Feb 7 The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) lowered its forecast for monetary base growth in Ukraine in 2020 to 6.1% from 6.5% and raised its estimate of money supply growth to 10.1% from 8.9%, according to the NBU's inflationary report. | More

Ukraine to minimize power imports from Russia amid security concerns

KYIV, Feb 7 Ukraine will seek to minimize imports of power from Russia to a level that is required to secure safety of its power grid operation, Energy Minister Oleksiy Orzhel said Friday. | More

DTEK to invest UAH 8.8-bln in upgrading Kyiv power grid in 2020-2024

KYIV, Feb 7 DTEK Kyiv Grids provides for the volume of investments in the development of power grids in Kyiv at the level of UAH 8.8 billion in the plan for the development of the Kyiv energy infrastructure in 2020-2024, which is almost five times more than investments made in this direction over the previous five years. | More

$419-mln of premium-class apartments sold in Kyiv in 2019: report

KYIV, Feb 7 Some 2,473 business and premium class apartments for a total of $419 million were sold in the primary market of Kyiv in 2019, while new De Luxe class apartments are expected to enter the highest price segment of the market in 2020, according to a review by Kiev Standard. | More

Dragon plans to close $200-mln in bank, real estate deals by June

KYIV, Feb 7 Dragon Capital Investment Company plans to complete some large deals in Ukraine for the total amount of over $200 million in the first half of 2020, the founder of the company, President of the European Business Association (EBA) Tomas Fiala said at the presentation of the EBA's macroeconomic forecast. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  27.02.2020 prev
USD 24.65 24.53
RUR 0.377 0.375
EUR 26.80 26.60

Stock Market
  26.02.2020 prev
PFTS 533.1 533.1
source: PFTS


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