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IMF threatens to cut off aid to Ukraine
WASHINGTON, Feb. 10 - The International Monetary Fund threatened to cut crucial financial aid to cash-strapped Ukraine Wednesday because of the country's "slow progress" in fighting corruption, AFP reported. 08:09 | More
Ukraine will forgo further South African coal purchases, official says
KIEV, Feb. 10 Ц Ukraine does not plan to buy coal from South Africa through the end of the current heating season as there is no shortage of coal on the domestic market and coal stocks are enough, Energy and Coal Industry Minister Volodymyr Demchyshyn said. 08:09 | More
Ukraine political crisis threatens economy, NBU governor warns
KIEV, Feb. 9 Ц The political crisis in Ukraine poses a threat to economic growth in 2016, National Bank of Ukraine Governor Valeriya Gontareva said at a meeting with heads of the country's 40 largest banks on Tuesday. 08:08 | More
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko had a phone conversation with U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden. Poroshenko emphasized that Ukraine didnТt notice any signs of de-escalation from Russia and pro-Russian militants in Donbas. (Photo by the president's press service)
Ukrainian economy will stagnate in 2016, investment company forecasts
KIEV, Feb. 8 Ц The Ukrainian economy will stagnate in 2016 in the light of a decline of prices on the global commodity markets and Ukraine's real GDP will grow by 0.6%, analysts from Concorde Capital investment company (Kiev) forecast. 09:14 | More
IN FOCUS Abromavicius resignation sparking crisis
KIEV, Feb. 4 - Ukraine faced the prospect Thursday of a fresh political crisis sparked by its reformist economy minister's resignation in protest at alleged influence-peddling and state graft, AFP reported. 09:59 | More
Ambromavicius calls for techno government
KIEV, Feb. 5 - Ukraine needs a new technocratic government led by the present finance minister to have any hope of pushing through long-promised reforms, the outgoing economy minister told Reuters on Friday, two days after his shock resignation. 09:09 | More
COMMENT AND ANALYSIS
Hryvnia outlook stable at UAH25/USD, according to NBU governor

The situation on the currency market is stable, the hryvnia exchange rate has stabilized in the range of UAH 24.80-25.25/$1, National Bank of Ukraine Governor Valeriya Gontareva said at a press conference.More

Jaresko: Modest growth coming this year

Despite rampant inflation and only a recent recovery from recession, Ukraine will be able to eke out modest growth in 2016, Finance Minister Natalie Jaresko told CNBC Thursday.More

Ukraine consumer sentiment rose last year, GfK Ukraine survey shows

Consumer sentiment in Ukraine improved for the fifth consecutive month in December and by the end of 2015 was slightly higher than a year earlier, according to monthly research by GfK Ukraine.More

Ukraine economy could fall 6% this year, according to official

Ukraine's GDP will register a 3% decline for H1 and could fall 6% this year, First Deputy Economic Development and Trade Minister Anatoliy Maksiuta said at a briefing in Kiev. He said that inflation this year could accelerate to 19%.More

Nation
IMF threatens to cut off aid to Ukraine
Ukraine political crisis threatens economy, NBU governor warns
Inflation accelerated to 0.9% last month, government reports
Yaresko: IMF aid to Ukraine no done deal
Influenza epidemic kills 220 so far this season, government reports
IMF backs social security contributions cut, tougher biz rules
NBU: Ukrainian GDP fell 3.2% year-on-year in fourth quarter 2015
Norway providing $4.6 million in aid to Ukraine, embassy announces
US FBI agents to arrive in Kiev to fight corruption this month
Putin stages military drill near border
Embattled premier sees Ukraine's political crisis as 'an opportunity'
Stockholm Institute accepts PrivatBank $1 billion Crimea claim
Energy minister: Don't expect Khmelnytsky reactors any time soon
Business
Ukraine will forgo further South African coal purchases, official says
VAT difficulties key problem for exporters, trade representative says
Ukraine's top ten banks send capitalization programs to NBU
Metinvest pays $11 million to eurobond holders to reach restructuring
Ukraine's ocean fishing fleet ekes out first profit since 1997
Ukraine mismanaging its state assets, according to IMF report
Ukrainian economy will stagnate in 2016, investment company forecasts
Russian trade interruptions will cost $2.9 billion in 2016, NBU says
Ukraine producer prices rose 1.1% in January, government reports
Natural gas stockpiles reported down 36.4% so far this heating season
Naftogaz saved UAH1 billion from trilateral gas talks, says official
Grain exports reportedly weigh in at 23.85 tons so far this year
Currencies (in hryvnias)
  12.02.2016 prev
USD 26.08 25.94
RUR 0.329 0.328
EUR 29.20 29.59

Stock Market
  11.02.2016 prev
PFTS 238.5 235.8
source: PFTS

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