Jun 19, 2014
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is lending USD 30 million to Nyva Pereyaslavschyny (Nyva), one of the largest Ukrainian pork producers, which will use the proceeds to expand its pig breeding operations and improve their effi
Jun 19, 2014
Analysts at Dragon Capital took top honors as the best research team in Ukraine in the latest Thomson Reuters Extel Europe Survey. Apart from recognizing the Dragon research team’s general leadership, global funds participating in the survey also endor
Apr 09, 2014
Stepan Kubiv: “The Ukrainian financial system is going through very challenging times due to recent and ongoing events in the country, and the NBU’s immediate priority is to restore the confidence of private customers in order to stop deposit outflows”
Conference Notes: Highlights from the speech delivered by Stepan Kubiv, Governor, National Bank of Ukraine, the special guest speaker of the conference
Apr 08, 2014
Participants of Dragon Capital’s 10th Ukraine Investor Conference Share Views on Ukraine’s Pressing Economic and Political Issues
During the morning sessions of Dragon Capital’s 10th Annual Ukraine Investor Conference held on April 2-3, participating international and local investors as well as representatives of Ukrainian companies were asked to electronically vote on
- We expect Kernel to increase 2015FY (July 2014-June 2015) revenues by 8% y-o-y to $2.6bn (+3% vs. our previous estimate) thanks to a projected 10% y-o-y increase in grain export volumes, a stronger harvest (+32% y-o-y), and an estimated 5% y-o-y increa ...
- Pro-Western parties led by President Petro Poroshenko and PM Arseniy Yatsenyuk and their potential allies are winning a solid majority in Ukraine’s new parliament, the Verkhovna Rada, exit polls and early results from Sunday’s elections show. Poroshenk ...
Raiffeisen Bank Aval [Hold; FV $0.011] — Reports Weak 3Q14/9M14 Results; Parent Passes ECB Stress Test Oct 27, 2014
Ukrainian and Belarusian Bonds Weekly Oct 27, 2014
- Sunday’s parliamentary elections in Ukraine went relatively smoothly, producing no major noise thus far. With 70% of the votes counted, pro-Western parties led by President Petro Poroshenko and PM Arseniy Yatsenyuk and their potential allies are winnin ...