Market Comment

Ukrainian equities were mixed on Thursday, May 25. The WIG Ukraine index of Warsaw-traded stocks fell 0.5%, with dairy firm Milkiland (MLK PW) dropping 2.5%. In London, natural gas producer Regal Petroleum (RPT LN) jumped 12.0%. In Kyiv, the UX Index dipped 0.2% as Ukraine’s leading oil producer Ukrnafta (UNAF UK) dropped 1.2%. Non-index equity Kriukiv Railcar (KVBZ UK) rose 6.5%.

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Daily News

Ukraine central bank cuts policy rate 0.5pp

NBU decided to cut its policy rate 0.5pp to 12.5% on May 25...

Ukraine central bank further eases ForEx rules

It increased the time on export/import payments to 180 days from 120...

Tusk: EU and US on “same line” on Ukraine

Tusk carefully separated Ukraine from the general discord regarding Russia ...

Ukrainian MinFin restructures UAH 229 bln bonds due to central bank

This will allow the state budget to save UAH 10.1 bln on interest in 2017...

Ukraine arrests 23 former tax officials in corruption sweep

Over 2,000 police prosecutors were involved in a Ukraine-wide operation ...

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Corporate Governance

IR-Online in Ukraine 2013 / In hopes of better weather / February 2014

Concorde Capital presents its second survey of information openness and invertor friendliness of webises of Ukrainian securities issuers «IR-Online in Ukraine – 2013». Despite the attitude of the global investment community to Ukraine have worsened noticeably, Ukrainain companies improved, on average, their IR practices. The upholding of quality standards by Ukrainian companies leaves the chance that our securities markets sooner or later will recover.

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