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Authorities mull murder charges for ex-PM

KIEV, Oct. 30 Ukrainian authorities say they are investigating claims that jailed former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko was involved in a contract-style murder, The Associated Press reported.

Azarov calls for measures to tackle Ukraines foreign trade deficit

KIEV, Oct. 29 To be effective, the anti-crisis draft laws should contain measures to tackle the deficit of Ukraine's balance of foreign trade, according to former First Deputy Prime Minister Mykola Azarov, head of the parliamentary finance committee and one of the leaders of the Regions Party.

NBU governor under fire from premier for allowing hryvnia decline

KIEV, Oct. 30 Volodymyr Stelmakh, the governor of the National Bank of Ukraine, has come under fire from Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko on Thursday for allowing the hryvnia to lose value rapidly over the past four weeks.

Hryvnia rallies against dollar on forex

KIEV, Oct. 30 The hryvnia recovered against the U.S. dollar Thursday after a massive intervention by the National Bank of Ukraine, marking a shift in its strategy towards aggressive defense of the national currency from its slump.

Reserve to ensure hyrvnia exchange rate vs. dollarto remain stable

KIEV, Oct. 30 - There will be no sharp surges in the hryvnia exchange rate in Ukraine, as the National Bank of Ukraine has enough currency reserves to ensure its stability, according to First Deputy NBU Chairman Anatoliy Shapovalov.

Azarov directs delegation to settle last WTO pact with Kyrgyzstan

KIEV, Oct. 30 - First Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Mykola Azarov has ordered a Ukrainian delegation to World Trade Organization talks with Kyrgyzstan in Geneva, to agree to the bilateral conditions set by Kyrgyzstan, the only country that has yet to sign a WTO pact with Ukraine.

Management change at Kremenchuk oil refinery said to concern Kremlin

KIEV, Oct. 30 The Kremlin is concerned about the recent change of top management at Ukraines largest oil refinery, which it believes hurts Russian business and government interests, a newswire reported Tuesday citing a source.

Russian hackers cripple Yushchenko website

KIEV, Oct. 30 The official website of the President of Ukraine was shut down on Tuesday apparently due to a well-coordinated cyberspace attack, mostly from Russia, that had persisted for three days.

Ukraine wants to be a gas transit route for Russia, says Yanukovych

VLADIVOSTOK, Oct. 30 - Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych said Ukraine wants to be a transit route for Russian gas toward Europe but seeks energy independence.

Russia may station Black Sea Fleet in Crimea after 2017, says PM

KIEV, Oct. 30 – Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych further challenged President Viktor Yushchenko’s pro-Western foreign policy by suggesting Monday that Russia may be able to continue to station its naval ships in Ukraine after 2017.

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  20.10.2017 prev
USD 26.50 26.43
RUR 0.460 0.461
EUR 31.36 31.05

Stock Market
  19.10.2017 prev
PFTS 298.3 297.7
source: PFTS


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