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Majority of Ukrainians agree land must be tradable, survey says

KYIV, Sept 10 – Some 50.4% of Ukrainians believe that people who own land must have the right to sell it, according to the results of a survey conducted by the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation and the sociological service of the Kyiv-based Razumkov Center. | More

Ukraine presents new plan for independent gas pipeline operator in EU

KYIV, Sept 10 – Ukraine in Brussels on September 10 presented the European Commission a new model for an independent operator of Ukraine's gas transportation system (GTS). | More

EBRD approves $120 million loan to Kernel for grain projects

KYIV, Sept 9 – The board of directors of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has approved the issuance of up to $120 million loan to one of the largest Ukrainian agricultural groups, Kernel, on two projects within a syndicated loan to finance working capital. | More

Ukraine’s natural gas imports from Europe run at record capacity

KYIV, Sept 9 – Gas imports by Ukraine from Europe has reached 69.1 million cubic meters (mcm)/day, director general of Operator of Ukraine's GTS Serhiy Makohon has said. | More

Putin, Miller discuss Ukraine’s gas transit contract in Kremlin

MOSCOW, Sept 9 – Russian President Vladimir Putin and Gazprom chief Alexei Miller have discussed the matter of a gas transit contract with Ukraine at a meeting in the Kremlin, as the current contract nears its expiration on December 31. | More

Developers see Kyiv real estate prices up 9% by year-end

KYIV, Sept 9 – Average price of one square meter on the primary housing market in Kyiv by the end of 2019 could grow by 9% compared with the previous year, to $1,350, reaching the pre-crisis level of 2014. | More

Fitch upgrades Ukraine’s credit rating

WASHINGTON, Sept. 9 - The ratings agency Fitch on Friday upgraded Ukraine's sovereign debt to "B" from "B-," pointing to the country's increasing political and economic stability as well as falling debt levels, AFP reported.
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Russia, Ukraine conduct massive prisoner exchange; 35 Ukrainians return home

KYIV, Sept. 8 - Russia and Ukraine conducted a major prisoner exchange that freed 35 people detained in each country and flew them to the other, a deal that could help advance Russia-Ukraine relations and end five years of fighting in Ukraine's east, AP reported. | More

Ukraine’s economic growth to accelerate to 3.4% in Q3 on wheat harvest

KYIV, Sept 6 – Fitch has said that after a strong Q2 2019 (4.6% year-over-year), Fitch projects 3.4% growth in 2019, reflecting strong domestic demand and exports driven by the agriculture sector (wheat harvest). | More

Ukraine’s forex reserves pressure to ease due to capital inflows, IMF loan

KYIV, Sept 6 – The pressure on Ukraine’s forex reserves will ease due to continued capital inflows and unlocking of external financing due to a new IMF program, Fitch said in a report. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  20.09.2019 prev
USD 24.62 24.67
RUR 0.383 0.383
EUR 27.24 27.27

Stock Market
  19.09.2019 prev
PFTS 517.0 517.0
source: PFTS


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