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Zelenskiy signs reservist call-up law
KYIV, April 21 - President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has signed a law allowing to call up reservists for military service without announcing a mobilization, AP reported citing his office said Wednesday. 11:30 | More
Morgan Stanley tells investors to buy Ukraine’s Value Recovery Instruments
KYIV, April 21 – Morgan Stanley advised investors to buy the dip in Ukraine’s Value Recovery Instruments (VRI), suggesting its fair value is much higher, the bank said in a report. VRIs are currently trading at 102.4, but its fair value is 145, Morgan Stanley said in the report, according to Interfax-Ukraine. 11:29 | More
BlaBlaCar buys Ukrainian bus management company Octobus
KYIV, April 21 – The world's largest road travel marketplace BlaBlaCar has bought the Ukrainian automated bus passenger transport management company Octobus. According to a BlaBlaCar, Octobus is a cloud-based platform that enables bus carriers to automate their business processes, from sales and marketing to analytics, accounting and fleet management. 11:28 | More
The situation with the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in Ukraine was discussed at a traditional conference call chaired by President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
Ukraine ready to provide transit capacity for Russian gas exports to Europe
KYIV, April 21 – The Gas Transmission System Operator of Ukraine (GTSOU) is ready to provide additional capacities for the transit of gas of the Russian Federation to the EU for the timely restoration of gas stocks in European gas storage facilities, Head of the operator Serhiy Makogon said. 11:27 | More
IN FOCUS NATO ready to respond to Russian attack
WASHINGTON, April 15 - Amid Russia’s massive troop buildup along its border with Ukraine, the top U.S. commander in Europe warned Thursday that NATO was prepared to respond to aggression, Defense News reported. 09:52 | More
EU warns of escalation at Ukraine borders
BRUSSELS, April 19 - The European Union’s foreign policy chief said Monday that in the face of the big military buildup of Russian troops near Ukraine’s borders, it will only take “a spark” to set off a confrontation, AP reported. 14:59 | More
Threats persist from Chernobyl and Fukusima, Greenpeace reports

The forest areas around Ukraine's Chernobyl and Japan's Fukusima remain sources of radiation and carry a potential threat to the health of local residents, Greenpeace said.More

Consumer inflation slowing faster than expected, NBU reports

The actual slow of consumer inflation in February in annual terms is quicker than the inflation-slowing trajectory to 12% as of late 2016 projected by the National Bank of Ukraine, the regulator has reported on its website.More

ING analysts forecast 2016 GDP decline, citing political risks

Analysts from ING Bank have confirmed the forecast of a decline in real gross domestic product in 2016 by 1%, pointing to a predominance of political risks in the economy.More

NBU: Hryvnia slide caused by temporary and fundamental factors

The decrease of the hryvnia exchange rate on the interbank currency market continue being caused by both temporary and fundamental market factors that result in the reduction of supply of foreign currency, Deputy National Bank of Ukraine Governor Oleh Churiy said.More

Ukrainian politician’s Bitcoin story trending on popular financial website
KYIV, March 16 – A Ukrainian politician’s article on Bitcoin has turned into an internet sensation by trending for 24 hours among the best-read stories on one of the world’s most popular financial websites. 10:29 | More
Zelenskiy signs reservist call-up law
Zelenskiy invites Putin to meet in Donbas
U.S. vows to provide Ukraine with additional $155-mln in economic aid
Ukraine hopes to complete talks with IMF in July, get loan in September
U.S. advising airplanes to exercise caution in Russia-Ukraine airspace
Ukraine may join EU after fulfilling Association Agreement: source
President Zelenskiy vows to fight unfair privatizations since 1990s
Health Ministry warns Ukrainians of new type of coronavirus MERS-COV
Russia boosts naval presence in Black Sea
Ukraine holds military exercises to repel potential Russian tank attack
World Bank may lend Ukraine $90-mln for COVID-19 vaccination program
SBU says blocked 350 potential cybersecurity threats since year’s start
NATO worried as Russia amasses troops
Biden wants to meet Putin as tensions rise
Ukraine introduces 3-year duty on imports of roses to help domestic growers
Ukraine’s GDP to grow 4.7% in 2021, Kyiv School of Economics forecasts
Morgan Stanley tells investors to buy Ukraine’s Value Recovery Instruments
BlaBlaCar buys Ukrainian bus management company Octobus
Ukraine ready to provide transit capacity for Russian gas exports to Europe
World Bank to provide $200-mln education loan to Ukraine
UGA praises compromise on sunflower oil exports ceiling in 2020-2021
Centravis to supply parts to China’s Sinopec Corporation for seamless pipes
Ukraine stock exchanges to trade Tesla, Microsoft, Netflix, Facebook
Ukraine’s logistic sector investments drop 86% on year to $4.3-mln in 2020
Ukraine’s economy to likely to expand 3.8% on year in 2021, NBU forecasts
NBU hikes key policy rate to 7.5% from 6.5% to slow rising inflation
Ukroliyaprom warns Ukraine against any sunflower oil export restrictions
Currencies (in hryvnias)
  22.04.2021 prev
USD 28.06 28.01
RUR 0.365 0.365
EUR 33.70 33.74

Stock Market
  21.04.2021 prev
PFTS 527.4 527.4
source: PFTS


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