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Four civilians killed in Donetsk fighting
KIEV, Oct. 19 - Four civilians were killed and nine wounded by shrapnel during fighting on Saturday and Sunday in eastern Ukraine's separatist stronghold city of Donetsk, local officials said. 05:44 | More
Kiev may need help paying for preliminary gas supply deal with Moscow
KIEV, Oct. 18 - Ukraine's and Russia's leaders have reached a preliminary agreement on a price for gas supplies this winter but Kiev may need international help to pay, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Saturday, Reuters reported. 05:43 | More
Rebels to blame for MH17 downing, German intelligence reports
BERLIN, Oct. 19 - Germany's BND foreign intelligence agency has concluded that pro-Russian rebels are to blame for the downing of Malaysia Airline MH17 in Ukraine in July, Der Spiegel weekly reported on Sunday, the first European agency to say so, Reuters reported. 05:42 | More
At the meeting with Chief Monitor of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission Ertugrul Apakan, President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko emphasized the importance of the expansion and technical reinforcement of the work of the mission for the success of peaceful settlement and the increase of the efficiency of monitoring of the Ukrainian-Russian border. (Photo by the president's press service)
Poroshenko cites agreement with Putin on observance of Minsk accords
MILAN, Oct. 17 Ц Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said that he reached an agreement with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the need for the strict observance of the Minsk accords on achieving peace in Ukraine's east. 05:40 | More
IN FOCUS Ukraine approves sweeping corruption laws
KIEV, Oct. 14 Ц Ukraine approved sweeping laws on Tuesday to stamp out corruption and curb Soviet-era state surveillance of political life ahead of a parliamentary election its pro-Western leaders hope will push the country towards the European mainstream, Reuters reported. 18:23 | More
Putin: Sanctions blocking peace attempts
MOSCOW, Oct. 15 - President Vladimir Putin warned Washington that a spat between nuclear powers over the Ukraine crisis could threaten global stability and said in remarks published on Wednesday that Russia would not be "blackmailed" by sanctions, Reuters reported. 17:16 | 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

Ukraine's economic decline accelerating

Ukraine's economic decline has accelerated as fighting between the army and pro-Russian separatists in the east took a heavy toll on industry and other economic activity in the last three months, Reuters reported.More

Hryvnia won't tank further this year, according to trade minister

Ukraine's Ministry of Economic Development and Trade is not expecting the further devaluation of the hryvnia and an increase in the rate of inflation growth in the current year, Minister Pavlo Sheremeta has said at a briefing in Kiev.More

1938 Sudetenland vs. 2014 Ukraine; West must act now

The West must not ignore Russia's ongoing attack on Ukraine because inaction will create a monster that will be able to destroy the Western civilization. Look at Germany's annexation of Sudetenland in 1938 for parallels.More

Four civilians killed in Donetsk fighting
Kiev may need help paying for preliminary gas supply deal with Moscow
Rebels to blame for MH17 downing, German intelligence reports
Poroshenko cites agreement with Putin on observance of Minsk accords
Justice minister: Disclosure law could apply to 2,000 ex-officials
Italian president and Poroshenko discuss Ukraine conflict in Milan
Putin and Poroshenko to hold Milan talks
Russia will reduce European gas supplies if Ukraine steals, Putin says
IMF to determine Kiev financial need this month, NBU chief says
President okays self-government law for Donetsk and Luhansk districts
Gas interruptions possible this winter, says EU energy commissioner
Top officials to face scrutiny under new law starting Nov. 1
Poroshenko thanks Obama for support of Ukraine's peace plan
'Rogue' band of pro-Russian rebels surround troops in Luhansk
Ukraine's industrial production reported down 16.6% last month
EIB issues И50 million to Astarta for construction of grain elevators
EBRD may loan И15 million for Lviv wastewater processing facility
Motor Sich to supply Mi-8MSB helicopters to defense ministry
Suing Gazprom is 'civilized,' Naftogaz Ukrayiny report says
Ukraine goods trade surplus reported at $308 million in August
Ukraine and Poland in talks about $247 million natgas pipeline project
S&P raises Kiev city ratings following bond issue repayment
Lviv coal mines to boost output to compensate for shortfall
Ukraine boosts stored natgas reserves by 0.15% over past week
Ukraine's monetary base rose by 2.9% last month, NBU reports
Cabinet open to Russian gas compromise proposals, says official
Government demands Naftogaz, Uktransgaz comply with new tariff regs
Currencies (in hryvnias)
  20.10.2014 prev
USD 12.95 12.95
RUR 0.316 0.318
EUR 16.61 16.51

Stock Market
  17.10.2014 prev
PFTS 452.3 451.0
source: PFTS


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