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Cabinet sends key IMF bill to Parliament

KYIV, March 25 - Ukraine's Cabinet has submitted to parliament a revised bill on banking regulations needed to meet requirements set by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a new lending package as the country's feeble economy braces for the effects of the coronavirus outbreak. | More

Ukraines economy to contract 10% in 2020 if IMF deal is rejected: Capital Times

KYIV, March 25 Ukraines economy would contract 10% on the year in 2020 if the government fails to reach an agreement with the International Monetary Fund, Capital Times said in its macroeconomic forecast. | More

Ukrainian Business Council suggests lifting quarantine from April 3

KYIV, March 25 The Ukrainian Business Council has proposed that business activities are resumed from April 3, the introduction of additional measures should not be quitted and gradually cancel the restrictions imposed, the Council has said on its website. | More

Ukraine said to be close to deal with IMF

KYIV, March 24 - Ukraine is close to finishing talks for more loans from the International Monetary Fund but has no plans to restructure its debt to cope with the fallout from the coronavirus epidemic, Finance Minister Ihor Umanskiy told Reuters. | More

Ukrainians returning from overseas will be asked to take coronavirus test

KYIV, March 24 Ukrainians returning home from abroad will soon have to take mandatory coronavirus tests, or otherwise they will not be admitted into the country, Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said. | More

PM: No need for state of emergency as coronavirus spreading slowly

KYIV, March 24 Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said Tuesday there was no need for Ukraine to declare the state of emergency to combat coronavirus as the virus has been spreading at moderate pace. | More

Zelenskiy seeks urgent support from IMF

KYIV, March 23 President Volodymyr Zelenskiy reached out to the leader of the International Monetary Fund early Monday seeking an urgent assistance as Ukraines economy is rapidly slowing amid crippling coronavirus pandemic. | More

Ukraine must work with IMF to fight coronavirus: business survey shows

KYIV, March 23 Ukraine should enhance medical services, maintain the operation of the banking system and cooperate with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for macroeconomic stability during coronavirus pandemic, a business survey found. | More

Zelenskiy tells governors to avert panic as Ukraine battles coronavirus

KYIV, March 23 President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has held a conference call with heads of regional state administrations and mayors on the prevention of the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus infection. | More

NBU shells out $1-bln to support hryvnia

KYIV, March 22 Ukraines central bank shelled out more than $1 billion last week to support the countrys local currency, the hryvnia, as falling global demand for steel caused by coronavirus pandemic depletes hard currency inflow. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  27.03.2020 prev
USD 28.14 27.96
RUR 0.362 0.356
EUR 30.86 30.27

Stock Market
  26.03.2020 prev
PFTS 513.4 514.3
source: PFTS


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