Money supply in Ukraine 2.2% up in June

Money supply in Ukraine in June 2020 increased by 2.2%, to UAH 1.612 trillion, according to preliminary data from monetary statistics published on the website of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU).

According to the NBU, monetary base over the past month rose by 2.5%, to UAH 532.652 billion.

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Finance minister sees no prerequisites for hryvnia rate drop to UAH 30 per dollar.

Due to quarantine, the outflow of foreign currency from the country has decreased, which reduces the pressure on the forex market.

Finance minister sees no prerequisites for hryvnia rate rise to UAH 30 per dollar.

Due to quarantine, the outflow of foreign currency from the country has decreased, which reduces the pressure on the forex market.

U.S. agricultural agency raises forecast for Ukraine wheat, corn crops

Ukraine's corn is seeing increased planted area and favorable growing conditions.

U.S. agricultural agency raises forecast for Ukraine wheat, corn crops

Ukraine's corn is seeing increased planted area and favorable growing conditions.

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