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.
Stericycle Inc. , the Illinois-based provider of regulated medical waste management services, plans to sell $400 million of debt after July issuance jumped to the highest since March.
Ukrainian inflation slowed for a fourth month in October after high grain and vegetable crops helped ease food prices.
For Dmytro Arsentiev, the 20 percent interest he gets on his hryvnia savings at Ukraine’s No. 2 bank, offers enough protection from currency swings.
"The vote is quite positive for both the economy and the market as the amendments comply with IMF requirements for the next loan tranche."
- Olena Bilan on Jul 31, 2014