Wednesday July 18 2018
Ukraine Three Months Interbank Rate at 17.41 percent


Ukraine Three Months Interbank Rate increased to 17.41 percent on Tuesday July 17 from 17.25 percent in the previous trading day.





Monday July 16 2018
Ukraine Imports at 4635.20 USD Million


Imports in Ukraine increased to 4635.20 USD Million in May from 4243.50 USD Million in April of 2018.





Monday July 16 2018
Ukraine Exports at 4003.20 USD Million


Exports in Ukraine decreased to 4003.20 USD Million in May from 4021.90 USD Million in April of 2018.





Monday July 16 2018
Ukraine Balance of Trade at -632.00 USD Million


Ukraine recorded a trade deficit of 632 USD Million in May of 2018.





Sunday July 15 2018
Ukraine - Credit Rating at 15.00


Standard & Poor's credit rating for Ukraine stands at B- with stable outlook. Moody's credit rating for Ukraine was last set at Caa2 with positive outlook. Fitch's credit rating for Ukraine was last reported at B- with stable outlook.





Saturday July 14 2018
Ukraine Producer Prices at 348.00 Index Points


Producer Prices in Ukraine increased to 348 Index Points in June from 344.40 Index Points in May of 2018.





Saturday July 14 2018
Ukraine Consumer Price Index (CPI) at 100.00 Index Points


Consumer Price Index CPI in Ukraine remained unchanged at 100 Index Points in June from 100 Index Points in May of 2018.





Saturday July 14 2018
Ukraine Money Supply M0 at 345003.00 UAH Million


Money Supply M0 in Ukraine increased to 345003 UAH Million in June from 332886 UAH Million in May of 2018.





Saturday July 14 2018
Ukraine Money Supply M3 at 1209839.00 UAH Million


Money Supply M3 in Ukraine increased to 1209839 UAH Million in June from 1197856 UAH Million in May of 2018.





Thursday July 12 2018
Ukraine Interest Rate at 17.50 percent


The National Bank of Ukraine raised its key policy rate by 50bps to 17.5 percent on July 12th 2018, surprising markets that expected no changes. The move aims to bring inflation back to the target range of 5 percent ± 1 pp in 2019. Inflation fell more than expected to 9.9 percent in June although inflationary risks are seen rising in the second half of the year due to a greater-than-expected increase in administered prices that aim to bring domestic gas prices closer to the import parity price, and the subsequent rise in utility services prices. The central bank kept its inflation forecast for 2018 steady at 8.9 percent as a tight monetary policy will offset price pressures. In 2019, inflation is seen at 5.8 percent. GDP growth is forecasted at 3.4 percent in 2018 and at 2.5 percent in 2019.