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Ukraine to provide updated information to IMF on Tuesday or Wednesday

KIEV, March 21 Finance Minister Oleksandr Danyliuk has said that Ukraine will provide updated macroeconomic indicators to the International Monetary Fund on Tuesday or Wednesday taking into account the consequences of the Donbas blockade. | More

NBU: Donbas blockade will cut 0.9% from this years GDP growth rate

KIEV, March 21 - The National Bank of Ukraine due to the blockade of trade with certain areas of Donetsk and Luhansk regions (ORDLO), has revised macro indicators for 2017 and 2018, worsening the forecast for the growth of the country's gross domestic product for 2017 from 2.8% to 1.9%. | More

NBU still hoping for IMF decision on aid tranche by end of month

KIEV, March 21 The National Bank of Ukraine hopes that consultations with the International Monetary Fund on the revision of macroeconomic indicators after the blockade of trade with the certain areas of Donetsk and Luhansk regions (ORDLO) would be finished soon and the issue to provide the fourth tranche under the Extended Fund Facility program would be settled by the end of March, NBU Deputy Governor Oleh Churiy said. | More

PrivatBank says itll ask government for more money in early April

KIEV, March 21 State-run PrivatBank (Dnipro) intends to inform Ukraine's Finance Ministry and the National Bank of Ukraine of the sum of the required additional capitalization early April, Chairman Oleksandr Shlapak said. | More

Sberbank CEO says company is trying to exit the Ukrainian market

MOSCOW, March 21 - Sberbank of Russia is actively searching for ways to exit the Ukrainian market, CEO Herman Gref told reporters.

"In my opinion, all our prospects have been mapped out. Today we are engaged in seeking options for withdrawing from the Ukrainian market as quickly as possible. | More

ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih CEO opposes 25% railway tariff increase

KIEV, March 20 ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih CEO Paramjit Kahlon has noted the growing attention of the country's top leadership to the problems of the mining and metallurgical complex of Ukraine, improvement in the work of Ukrzaliznytsia, but opposes the initiative to increase railway tariffs for freight transportation by 25%. | More

Ukraine joins WCDC cooperation memorandum with other Danube countries

KIEV, March 20 Ukraine has joined the memorandum of understanding on the start of cooperation with the Working Community of the Danube Countries (WCDC). | More

Ukraine bars Russia Eurovision contestant

KIEV, March 22 - Ukraines domestic intelligence agency, the Security Service of Ukraine, said on Wednesday that it had barred Russias Eurovision contestant Yulia Samoylova, from entering the country, The New York Times reported. | More

Rebels seize control of Donbasenergo Starobesheve thermal power plant

KIEV, March 22 Donbasenergo has lost control over Starobesheve thermal power plant and some structural units located on the temporarily government uncontrolled territory on March 21, the company said in a report. | More

Gazprom claims against Naftogaz Ukrayiny could hit $80 billion

KIEV, March 22 Claims of Russia's Gazprom against Ukraines Naftogaz Ukrayiny in the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce total around $50 billion and potentially they could expand to $80 billion, Naftogaz Ukrayiny Chief Commercial Director Yuriy Vitrenko has said in the online interview with Novoye Vremia. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  24.03.2017 prev
USD 27.06 26.92
RUR 0.470 0.467
EUR 29.18 29.09

Stock Market
  23.03.2017 prev
PFTS 272.4 273.9
source: PFTS


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