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Ukraine strikes two Russian navy ships

KYIV, March 26 - A Ukrainian missile attack struck a Russian naval reconnaissance vessel and a large landing warship that Moscow captured from Kyiv during the annexation of the Crimean peninsula in 2014, Ukraine's navy said on Tuesday. | More

Ukraines public debt is unsustainable without restructuring, IMF says

KYIV, March 26 Ukraines public debt in the absence of restructuring is assessed as unsustainable in both the unfavorable and baseline scenarios, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said in its materials following the third review of the EFF program for Ukraine. | More

Ukraines debt rises $10.6-bln to $161.5-bln in Q4, 2023

KYIV, March 26 The volume of Ukraines gross external debt during the fourth quarter of 2023 increased by $10.6 billion to $161.5 billion, in relation to GDP, the debt increased from 89.3% to 90.7%, such estimates were published by the National Bank of Ukraine. | More

Ukrhydroenergo: It will take years to repair Dniprovska Hydroelectric Power Plant

KYIV, March 25 The extent of the damage at Dniprovska Hydroelectric Power Plant (HPP) still requires a thorough examination, but it is now known that it will take years to restore the station. | More

Russia targets Kyiv 3rd time in five days

KYIV, March 25 - Russia launched missiles against Kyiv for the third time in five days and also targeted other regions Monday as Moscow escalated its aerial bombardment of Ukrainian cities while the front line in the war remains largely stationary. | More

Russia unleashes devastating attacks against Ukraines electric sector

KYIV, March 23 - Russia unleashed one of its most devastating attacks against Ukraines electric sector on Friday, an aerial assault it said was retaliation for recent strikes inside Russia and which could signal an escalation of the war just days after President Vladimir Putin cemented his grip on power in a preordained election. | More

IMF sees Ukraines economy growing 3-4% on year in 2024

KYIV, March 22 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) updated the macro forecast for Ukraine during the third review of the EFF program, maintaining the real GDP growth forecast for this year within 3-4% and slightly improving forecasts for inflation, public debt and current account deficit. | More

Cabinet OKs bill for gradual increase in excise tax on motor fuel until 2028

KYIV, March 22 The Cabinet of Ministers approved a bill amending the Tax Code of Ukraine, providing, among other things, for a gradual increase in the excise tax on motor fuel until 2028, in particular on gasoline by 68%. | More

IMF Board approves $880-mln tranche allocation to Ukraine after review

KYIV, March 22 The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund has completed the third review of the Extended Fund Facility (EFF) program for Ukraine and approved the allocation of the fourth tranche of approximately $880 million (SDR663.9 million), which will be used to support the budget. | More

Russia attacks Kyiv with dozen of missiles

KYIV, March 21 - Russia fired more than two dozen missiles at Kyiv before dawn on Thursday, attacking the Ukrainian capital for the first time in six weeks and sending panicked residents flooding into the relative safety of the subway system in a scene reminiscent of the first weeks of the war.
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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  12.04.2024 prev
USD 39.17 39.02
RUR 0.418 0.418
EUR 42.02 42.36

Stock Market
  11.04.2024 prev
PFTS 507.0 507.0
source: PFTS


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