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Ukraines balance of payment surplus expands to $6-bln in 2019

KYIV, Feb 3 The surplus of Ukraine's consolidated balance of payments in 2019 was $6 billion, which is 2.1 times more than in 2018 ($2.9 billion), according to preliminary data from the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU). | More

Ukraine, Turkey sign agreement on military, financial cooperation

KYIV, Feb 4 Defense Minister Andriy Zahorodniuk and Finance and Treasury Minister of Turkey Berat Albayrak have signed an agreement on military and financial cooperation and a protocol between the governments of Ukraine and Turkey on the implementation of financial aid. | More

Epicenter to open 15 new furniture centers in Ukraine in 2020

KYIV, Feb 4 Epicenter K LLC (Kyiv), which is developing a network of hardware and home supply shopping centers in Ukraine, plans to open 15 new Furniture Centers (Tsentr Mebliv) in its shopping centers in 2020, begin entering external sites and strengthen online sales.
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Vodafone-Ukraine raises $500-mln in Eurobond at 6.2% yield

KYIV, Feb 3 Vodafone-Ukraine, the second largest Ukrainian mobile operator, places eurobonds for $500 million at 6.2% per annum, a source in the banking circles has told Interfax-Ukraine. | More

Kyivs supply of new homes drops 10% on housing market in 2019

KYIV, Feb 3 The supply in the primary housing market of Kyiv in 2019 decreased by 10% compared to 2018 (but still 40% more than in 2014), to 225 residential complexes for sale, the share of business and comfort class housing is raising, while single new projects appear in economy class. | More

Ukraines new car registrations up 33% on year in Q1

KYIV, Feb 3 Sales of new passenger cars in January 2020 increased by a third compared to the first month of 2019, to 7,000 units, according to AUTO-Consulting. | More

Iran stops sharing info on plane crash

KYIV, Feb 3 - Tehran said Monday that it would stop sharing information with Kyiv about the downing of a Ukrainian jetliner last month, after a Ukrainian TV channel released leaked recordings from Iranian air traffic control, VOA reported. | More

Ukraine falls short of budget revenue in January on stronger hryvnia

KYIV, Feb 3 Ukraine fell massively short on budget revenue targets in January following the hryvnias steep appreciation against U.S. dollar and due to w3eak natural gas prices, the Finance Ministry reported Monday. | More

Naftogaz to return UAH 15-bln worth of gas to Ukrnafta to end dispute

KYIV, Feb 3 Naftogaz Ukrayiny has agreed to return UAH 15 billion worth of natural gas kept in underground gas storage facilities to Ukrnafta, ending years of dispute between the two companies, Naftogaz director Yuriy Vitrenko said Monday. | More

Gazprom pays Ukraine more than actual gas shipment in January: GTSOU

KYIV, Feb 3 Russias Gazprom paid the Ukrainian gas pipeline operator for shipping 5.52 billion cubic meters of gas to Europe in January, but moved only 2.55 Bcm, Serhiy Makogon, the head of GTSOU, reported. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  25.02.2020 prev
USD 24.50 24.45
RUR 0.375 0.380
EUR 26.51 26.41

Stock Market
  24.02.2020 prev
PFTS 527.6 527.6
source: PFTS


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