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Russian ships stop Ukraine deliveries

KYIV, Aug. 15 - Some Russian ships have stopped transporting cargo to Ukraine, deeming it risky after a Russian tanker was detained in a Ukrainian port as Kiev made good on sanctions against Moscow, Reuters reported citing two sources at shipowners. | More

Ukraine Q3 business confidence indicators improve, but still negative

KYIV, Aug 15 - The business confidence indicator in the construction market of Ukraine in the third quarter of 2018 improved by 2.8 percentage points (p.p.) compared to the second quarter, but remained negative at minus 18.7%. | More

Kuwait seeks to participate in Ukraine privatization after officials meet

KYIV, Aug 15 - First Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine Maksym Nefyodov and representatives of the leadership of Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA) on August 14 met in Kyiv to discuss the possible participation of the Kuwaiti side in the privatization of Ukrainian state-owned enterprises, the ministry has said. | More

Russian-made weapons spotted in Luhansk

KYIV, Aug. 14 - A security watchdog on Tuesday said for the first time it had spotted Russian-made weapons in rebel-held areas of eastern Ukraine, despite the Kremlin insisting it has not provided arms in the conflict, AFP reported. | More

Ukraine begins fire testing upgraded T-72 AMT main battle tank

KYIV, Aug 14 The state-run defense company Ukroboronprom has started fire tests of the T-72 AMT main battle tank (MBT) with new high-precision weapons upgraded at Kyiv Armored Plant, taking into account the experience of combat practice, Ukroboronprom's reported. | More

Ukraines Q3 economic sentiment index up at 109.6%: statistics service

KYIV, Aug 14 - The indicator of economic sentiment in Ukraine, calculated by the State Statistics Service, in the third quarter of 2018 was 109.6% compared with 104% and 108.8% respectively in the second and first quarters of this year. | More

Merkel, Putin to discuss Syria, Ukraine

BERLIN, Aug. 13 - Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Vladimir Putin will discuss the war in Syria, the conflict in east Ukraine and a disputed pipeline to bring Russian gas to Germany during talks near Berlin on Saturday, Reuters reported citing a German government spokesman. | More

IMF program delays remain source of uncertainty for Ukraine: Fitch Ratings

KYIV, Aug 13 - Easing inflationary pressures, moderating economic imbalances and declining debt support Ukraine's sovereign credit profile, but IMF program delays remain a source of uncertainty, Fitch Ratings has said. | More

U.S. sanctions likely to weaken Russias ability to create new weapons: think tank

KYIV, Aug 13 - New anti-Russian sanctions announced by the United States in connection with a nerve agent attack in Salisbury, the UK, in March will make it possible to significantly limit the capabilities of the Russian defense industry to create new types of weapons used against Ukraine and lower the military potential of the Russian Federation, experts from the Center for Army, Conversion and Disarmament Studies (CACDS) believe. | More

Russian convoys illegally enter Ukraine

KYIV, Aug. 12 Two convoys of Russian military trucks were recorded of recently entering and leaving Ukraine, underscoring Moscows continued involvement into a conflict in Donbas, international monitors reported. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  17.08.2018 prev
USD 27.67 27.45
RUR 0.414 0.414
EUR 31.46 31.08

Stock Market
  16.08.2018 prev
PFTS 519.2 508.4
source: PFTS


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