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OSCE calls for action to protect ceasefire

KYIV, Jan 20 - More steps are needed to protect a fragile ceasefire in eastern Ukraine as violations are rising, Reuters reported Wednesday citing Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde during a trip to the region.
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Ukraine seeks legal advisors to fend off $3.5-bln lawsuit from Chinese group

KYIV, Jan 20 Ukraine will hire legal advisors to fend off $3.5 billion lawsuit from Chinese investors that may have stealthily acquired the countrys only producer of aircraft engines Motor Sich, the Justice Ministry said.
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IMF may delay loan for months after Ukraine cuts gas prices: BofA

KYIV, Jan 20 The International Monetary Fund may postpone further disbursements of $5 billion stand-by loan to Ukraine for several months due to introduction of state controls on the gas market, BofA Global Research reported.
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Ukraine moves with top judge bribery probe

KYIV, Jan 19 - Ukrainian investigators formally notified the head of Ukraines constitutional court that he is a suspect in a witness tampering case, Reuters reported Tuesday citing the state investigation bureau.
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Ukraines consumer confidence index drops in 2020 due to pandemic impact

KYIV, Jan 19 Ukraines consumer confidence index plunged 26.3 points to 65.9 points at the end of 2020, reflecting a negative economic impact from the coronavirus pandemic, according to a study by Info Sapiens agency.
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Ukraine seeks to join EU in developing hydrogen technology

KYIV, Jan 19 Ukraine is committed to joining the European Union in developing hydrogen technology and building environmentally friendly ecosystem to generate power, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said Tuesday.
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Ukraine wont extend strict quarantine

KYIV, Jan 18 Ukraine will not be extending its strict three-week quarantine measures after January 24 amid rapidly improving rate of new coronavirus cases, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said Monday.
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Goldman Sachs raises Ukraines sustainable emerging market investing rating

KYIV, Jan 18 Goldman Sachs Group Inc. raised the rating of Ukraine in its ESG rating (sustainable investing, environmental-social-governance) of emerging markets by about 0.13 points, to 6.27 points, which allowed the country to climb by two positions to 44th out of 72 on the list.
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Energoatom to use UAH 5.1-bln payment to repay Westinghouse debts

KYIV, Jan 18 Energoatom, the state nuclear power generating company, will use most of the approximately UAH 5.1 billion that will be received from state-owned enterprise Guaranteed Buyer as debt repayment for fuel to Westinghouse and other suppliers, acting President of Energoatom Petro Kotin has said.
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Ukraines power grid tested by frigid air

KYIV, Jan 15 Ukraines power grid will be tested for strength within days as the country is facing a spell of freezing air temperatures hitting most regions, while coal stocks have plunged to critical levels.
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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  22.01.2021 prev
USD 28.26 28.20
RUR 0.384 0.383
EUR 34.37 34.15

Stock Market
  21.01.2021 prev
PFTS 498.9 498.9
source: PFTS


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