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NBU to keep rates unchanged at 25% on Sept. 8, poll shows

KYIV, Sept 7 The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) will keep the refinancing rate at the level of 25% at a meeting on September 8, predict the majority of bankers polled by Interfax-Ukraine.
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Victor Pinchuk charity opens Russian War Crimes exhibition in Brussels

KYIV, Sept 7 Victor Pinchuk Charitable Foundation and the PinchukArtCentre, in partnership with the President's Office of Ukraine, the Delegation of Ukraine to the EU, the European Policy Center and the Ukrainian Public Center, officially opened the Russian War Crimes House exhibition at Station Europe in front of the European Parliament building in Brussels on September 5.
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Ukraine to implement IAEA recommendations after regaining control over ZNPP

KYIV, Sept 7 Ukraine will be able to implement the International Atomic Energy Agency's (IAEA) report's recommendations on the stabilization and safe operation of the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) only after full control over it is regained, Energy Minister Herman Haluschenko has said.
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Energoatom chief: U.N. peacekeeping force should replace Russians at ZNPP

KYIV, Sept 7 The introduction of a UN peacekeeping contingent to the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) site and nearby territories, which will mean the withdrawal of the Russian military from there, may become one of the ways to create a nuclear safety and security protection zone at the plant, Energoatom President Petro Kotin has said.
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Ukrhydroenergo reconnects Kakhovka Hydro Power Plant to grid

KYIV, Sept 6 Ukrhydroenergo announced that it had connected the Kakhovka Hydro Power Plant (HPP) to the power grid after the plant was shut down on September 5 as a result of hostilities.
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Ukraines GDP may shrink 31% on year in 2022: Concorde Capital

KYIV, Sept 6 Ukraine's real GDP will fall by 31% in 2022 and recover by 8% in 2023 if by the end of 2022 half of the current main negative factors are resolved, and by the end of 2023 they will come to nothing, Concorde Capital investment company predicts.
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ENTSO-E boosts capacity for imports of power from Ukraine

KYIV, Sept 6 - ENTSO-E, the European association for the cooperation of transmission system operators (TSOs) for electricity, has boosted the available throughput capacity from 250 MW to 300 MW for exporting electricity from Ukraine to the European Union during peak hours, Ukrenergo posted in a message on its Telegram channel.
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IAEA calls for safety around Zaporizhia plant

KYIV, Sept 6 - The U.N. atomic watchdog agency urged Russia and Ukraine on Tuesday to establish a nuclear safety and security protection zone around the Zaporizhzhia power plant amid mounting fears the fighting could trigger a catastrophe in a country still scarred by the Chernobyl disaster.
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Zelensky rings Opening Bell at NYSE, asks for investments in Ukraine

KYIV, Sept 6 President Volodymyr Zelensky virtually rang the Opening Bell of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) today, inviting businesses around the world to invest in Ukraine's future, the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy said on Tuesday.
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Ukraines forex reserves up 13.6% to $25.4-bln as of Sept. 1

KYIV, Sept 6 Ukraines international reserves as of September 1, 2022 amounted to $25.436 billion (in equivalent), which is 13.6% more than at the beginning of June ($22.757 billion), according to data from the National Bank of Ukraine.
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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  04.10.2022 prev
USD 36.57 36.57
RUR 0.631 0.631
EUR 37.27 37.27

Stock Market
  03.10.2022 prev
PFTS 519.2 519.2
source: PFTS


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