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Ukraine plans to start selling state assets

LONDON, Dec 3 - Ukraine is planning to sell five large state-owned enterprises in 2020 with the first auction expected within six months, Reuters reported Tuesday citing the head of the State Property Fund, Dmytro Sennychenko. | More

Ukraines budget revenue drops 8.6% on year to UAH 88.83-bln in November

KYIV, Dec 3 The revenue part of the national budget of Ukraine in November 2019 amounted to UAH 88.83 billion, which is 8.6% lower than the plan and 7.3% less than the same indicator in 2018, according to the State Treasury Service. | More

IKEA to launch e-commerce operation in Ukraine ahead of store opening

KYIV, Dec 3 The Swedish company IKEA, the world's largest retailer of furniture and household goods, has updated its plan to enter the Ukrainian market, deciding to launch e-commerce first. | More

Russia refuses to hand over MH17 suspect

AMSTERDAM, Dec. 2 - Russia has refused a Dutch request to hand over a suspect in the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, in violation of European law, Reuters reported on Monday citing prosecutors. | More

JP Morgan revises down Ukraines economic growth to 4% on year in 2019

KYIV, Nov 29 JP Morgan reviewed downwards the forecast for Ukraine's GDP growth in 2019 from 4.3% in their October survey to 4%, and in 2020 the bank still sees 3.8% GDP growth, according to its November survey.
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SCM warns of slowdown as steel, energy prices decline rapidly

KYIV, Nov 29 SCM Group companies in the fourth quarter of 2019 are operating in the conditions of a sharp drop in the markets, SCM Communications Director Natalia Yemchenko said. | More

Worries ahead of Zelenskiy-Putin meeting

KYIV, Dec. 1 - President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin will keep a close eye on events in London and Washington this week as they prepare to meet for the first time next Monday, The Irish Times reported. | More

S&P classifies Ukrainian banking sector as stable in most recent risk assessment report

KYIV, Nov 28 S&P Global Ratings has published its latest Banking Industry Country Risk Assessment: Ukraine on RatingsDirect, the agency said on its website. | More

NBU singles out corruption, legal system as risk factors for banking sector

KYIV, Nov 29 Corruption and punitive judicial system remain the main risk factors for the financial sector, according to the results of a survey on systemic risks for the financial sector conducted by the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) in November 2019. | More

Currencies (in hryvnias)
  06.12.2019 prev
USD 23.88 23.93
RUR 0.374 0.373
EUR 26.49 26.52

Stock Market
  05.12.2019 prev
PFTS 510.4 510.5
source: PFTS


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