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Ukraine’s Business Expectations Index drops to 42.7 in November: NBU

KYIV, Dec 1 – The Business Activity Expectations Index calculated by the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) fell to 42.7 in November from 44.9 in October and continued to remain below the neutral level, as evidenced by the results of a survey of enterprises published by the National Bank of Ukraine on Thursday.
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Ukraine switches to $47-mln surplus in balance of payment in October

KYIV, Dec 1 – The surplus of the consolidated balance of payments of Ukraine in October 2022 amounted to $47 million, compared with the deficit of $1.1 billion in October last year, the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) reported on its website.
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NATO’s Stoltenberg praises Ukrainians’ “heroic resistance” against Russia

BERLIN, Dec 1 - NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg praised the “heroic resistance of the Ukrainian people” against Russia’s attacks, saying that with the help of allies “Ukraine has made significant gains” on the battlefield.
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U.S. orders $1.2-bln NASAMS air defense from Raytheon for Ukraine

KYIV, Dec 1 – The U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. corporation Raytheon Technologies have signed a contract to manufacture six more National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile Systems (NASAMS) for the Ukrainian Armed Forces, the press service of the U.S. Defense Department reported.
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Biden, Macron pledge support for Ukraine

WASHINGTON, Dec 1 - Presidents Joe Biden and Emmanuel Macron vowed to maintain a united front against Russia on Thursday amid growing worries about waning support for Ukraine’s war effort in the U.S. and Europe.
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Russian shelling cuts off power in Kherson as freezing weather sets in

KHERSON, Dec 1 - Russian shelling cut off power in much of the recently liberated Ukrainian city of Kherson on Thursday, just days after it was restored amid Moscow’s ongoing drive to destroy key civilian infrastructure as freezing weather sets in.

In Kyiv, Mayor Vitali Klitschko warned the capital’s millions of residents that they should stock up on water and preserved food to see them through a winter that could prove miserable if more energy infrastructure is damaged, The Associated Press reported.
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Ukraine needs $4-bln to purchase natural gas: Naftogaz

KYIV, Dec 1 – Oleksiy Chernyshov, the head of the board of Naftogaz Ukrayiny, at a meeting with G7 ambassadors and the EU delegation assessed the country's need for gas imports at 3 billion cubic meters (bcm) during this heating period, taking into account war risks.
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Ukraine’s exports increase 0.7% to $3.83-bln in November: official

KYIV, Dec 1 – Despite the uncertainty with the grain corridor and the shelling of the energy infrastructure, exports from Ukraine in November increased by $25.8 million, or 0.7%, to $3.83 billion, while imports increased by $228 million, or 5% and reached $4.8 billion, said Deputy Minister of Economy - Trade Representative of Ukraine Taras Kachka.
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Blinken: Putin targets civilians in Ukraine

BUCHAREST, Nov 30 - U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Wednesday condemned Russia’s weeks-long assault on Ukraine’s power grid and other infrastructure as an attempt to “freeze and starve” its people, with the war-torn country’s foreign minister renewing a call for advanced missile systems.
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EU suggests setting up U.N. court to investigate Russia’s war crimes

BRUSSELS, Nov 30 - The European Union proposed Wednesday to set up a U.N.-backed court to investigate possible war crimes Russia committed in Ukraine, and to use frozen Russian assets to rebuild the war-torn country.
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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  02.12.2022 prev
USD 36.57 36.57
RUR 0.631 0.631
EUR 37.27 37.27

Stock Market
  01.12.2022 prev
PFTS 519.2 519.2
source: PFTS


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