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25.10.2021
Ukraines COVID-19 deaths hit record high

KYIV, Oct 23 - Ukraine's coronavirus infections and deaths reached all-time highs for a second straight day Friday, in a growing challenge for the country with one of Europe's lowest shares of vaccinated people, AP reported.
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25.10.2021
GTSOU seeks to take part in certification procedure of Nord Stream 2

KYIV, Oct 22 Gas Transmission System Operator of Ukraine LLC (GTSOU) has submitted a request to the German energy regulator Bundesnetzagentur (BNetzA) to take part in the Nord Stream 2 AG certification procedure.
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25.10.2021
Naftogaz, Germanys RWE mull EUR 500-mln pilot hydrogen project

KYIV, Oct 21 The cost of a pilot hydrogen project of Naftogaz Ukrayiny and RWE Supply & Trading (Germany) for the production of green ammonia is tentatively estimated at EUR 500 million, head of Naftogaz Ukrayiny Yuriy Vitrenko said.
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25.10.2021
SPF expects to sell First Kyiv Machine Building Plant on October 27

KYIV, Oct 21 - The State Property Fund of Ukraine (SPF) expects to sell First Kyiv Machine Building Plant, formerly known as Bilshovyk plant with massive property in downtown Kyiv, to the highest bidder on October 27, deputy head of the SPF Kostiantyn Koshelenko said.
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22.10.2021
Ukrainian hockey team Rulav Odd signs Russian forward Kiselev

KYIV, Oct. 21 - Nikolai Kiselev, a Russia-born hockey player who won the Ukrainian Hockey Leagues Best Sniper Award for the 2018-2019 season, signed a contract with Ukraines Kharkiv-based club Rulav Odd, the club reported Thursday. | More


22.10.2021
NBU keeps interest rates steady at 8.5%

KYIV, Oct 21 Ukraine's central bank kept key interest rates unchanged at 8.5% on Thursday despite growing inflation amid concerns over slowing economic growth, National Bank of Ukraine Governor Kyrylo Shevchenko said.
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22.10.2021
Ukrainian banks often overcharge clients on interest rates: USAID study

KYIV, Oct 21 Only 15% of banks correctly calculate the real annual interest rate for consumer loans, according to a study on consumer lending: high rates, low compliance sector conducted in April-July this year within the framework of the USAID Financial Sector Transformation project.
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22.10.2021
Naftogaz wants to boost natural gas output 80% within 10 years

KYIV, Oct 20 Naftogaz Ukrayiny sets itself the task of increasing natural gas production in the next 10 years by 80% from the current about 13 billion cubic meters (bcm) to 24 billion cubic meters, CEO Yuriy Vitrenko said during the Ukrainian Gas Investment Congress held in Kyiv.
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22.10.2021
Naftogaz signs preliminary agreements with 4 companies on gas production

KYIV, Oct 20 Naftogaz Ukrayiny has signed memorandums of understanding with Dragon Oil (the UAE), SOCAR AQS (Azerbaijan), Helmerich & Payne, Inc. and 3 Seas Energy (both from the United States) with the aim of increasing gas and oil production in the country.
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22.10.2021
Ukrgazvydobuvannia wins oil and gas field license with UAH 304-mln bid

KYIV, Oct 20 On Wednesday, the state-owned Ukrgazvydobuvannia won an auction for the use of subsoil resources of the Pivdenno-Rusanivska oil and gas area (317.2 sq km, Sumy and Poltava regions) by offering UAH 304.61 million for it, according to the ProZorro.Sale platform.
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  26.10.2021 prev
USD 26.35 26.29
RUR 0.377 0.374
EUR 30.57 30.58

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PFTS 526.5 526.5
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