Market Comment

Ukrainian equities enjoyed modest gains on Thursday, June 22. The WIG Ukraine Index of Warsaw-traded stocks rose 0.9%, led by sunflower oil producer Kernel (KER PW, +1.0%), which has advanced 4.7% in four straight positive sessions. In London, iron ore miner and pellet maker Ferrexpo (FXPO LN) improved 0.6%, or 3.9% in two sessions. Natural gas E&P Regal Petroleum (RPT LN) jumped 10.5%. The Ukrainian Exchange (UX) Index of Kyiv-traded stocks increased 1.6%.

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Jun 30 PUMBUZ:  USD 23.5 mln in coupon, amortization
Jul 6 Ferrexpo:  1H17 trading update
Jul 13 Kernel:  4QFY17 trading update
Jul 18 MHP:  1H17 trading update
Jul 22 EXIMUK:  USD 29.2 mln coupon on 2025 Eurobond
Jul 31 KERPW:  USD 22 mln coupon on 2021 Eurobond
Aug 3 Ferrexpo:  1H17 interim report
Aug 11 AST PW:  1H17 interim report
Aug 17 MHP:  1H17 interim report
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Daily News

Ukraine industry recovers 1.2% yoy in May

The main source of growth was machinery, which surged 14.7% yoy...

Ukrzaliznytsia signs railcar financing deal with EBRD

Earlier this week, Ukrzaliznytsia announced its plan to issue UAH 2.0 bln in bonds...

EU extends Russia sanctions for failure to uphold Minsk Accords

Leaders of EU member-states agreed to extend for a half-year economic sanctions ...

Top opposition editor arrested in Kyiv after search of office

Law enforcement authorities conducted a search the night of June ...

Leaked 2016 Privatbank report shows over USD 6 bln provisioning

Its 2016 losses are UAH 176.6 bln on UAH 154.5 bln provisioning...

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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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