Ukraine will probably wait to start talks with the International Monetary Fund on a new bailout loan until next year, investment bank Dragon Capital said.
Ukraine is completing bailout talks with the International Monetary Fund to avert a default and curb damage to the economy from a four-month political crisis.
Ukraine’s government is seeking to complete bailout talks with the International Monetary Fund as early as today to avert a default and curb the damage to its economy from a four-month political crisis.
As central Kiev burned amid deadly street protests in February, Ukraine’s currency dived and Alex Bukovetskiy stopped paying his dollar-based mortgage.
Ukrainian inflation slowed for a fourth month in October after high grain and vegetable crops helped ease food prices.
Ukraine’s economic expansion accelerated in the second quarter, helped by increased demand for the country’s exports, the state statistics committee said.
"Ukraine should get its 2015 budget by mid-December or by year-end at the latest since the IMF's next tranche depends on that."
- Olena Bilan on Nov 27, 2014