Market Comment

Ukrainian stocks joined the global selloff on Monday, March 27. The WIG Ukraine Index of Warsaw-traded stocks was unchanged for the second straight session, weighed down by sunflower oil maker Kernel (KER PW), which fell 0.9%, or 4.0% in five straight losing sessions. In London, iron ore miner and pellet maker Ferrexpo (FXPO LN) dropped 6.3%. The Ukrainian Exchange (UX) Index of Kyiv-traded stocks improved 0.5%, or 4.7% in three straight winning sessions, to its highest level since September 2015. It was pulled by Raiffeisen Bank Aval (BAVL UK), which rose 2.8%, or 24.2% in three straight positive sessions, to its highest price in more than five years.

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Mar 29 State debt:  UK court ruling on USD 3 bln "Yanukovych debt"
Mar 31 PUMBUZ:  USD 24.0 mln in coupon, amortization
Apr 6 Ferrexpo:  1Q17 trading update
Apr 7 FXPOLN:  USD 8.3 mln coupon on 2019 Eurobond
Apr 10 AST PW:  2016 annual report
Apr 13 Economy:  NBU to consider revision of key rate
Apr 14 DTEKUA:  2016 annual report
Apr 20 MHP:  1Q17 trading update
  Kernel:  3QFY17 trading update
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Daily News

Ukraine February public debt rises 0.8% on state bank capitalization

It increased 0.8% in February, largely owing to UAH 16 bln in state bonds ...

Sberbank selling its Ukrainian subsidiary

It is very likely that other Russian-owned banks present in Ukraine will follow...

Poroshenko signs controversial law on NGO e-declarations

representatives of the European Commission... all called for a review ...

DTEK wants higher power rate to cover 2.5 mmt of 2017 coal imports

DTEK will have to import over 2 mmt of anthracite coal and about 0.5 mmt ...

European Commission joins Britain, U.S. in opposing NGO e-declarations

Johannes Hahn called for reviewing an electronic declarations bill approved ...

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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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