• 12/06/2024 23:58

The main thing for Thursday: Deposit and loan rates, the dollar exchange rate and frozen assets of the Russian Federation

The main thing for Thursday: Rates on deposits and loans, the dollar exchange rate and frozen assets of the Russian Federation

NBU may reduce “accounting”: what rates on deposits and loans will we see in late spring

Meeting of the Monetary Committee of the National Bank will take place next week. Most bankers expect a decision from this meeting to reduce the discount rate. The Ministry of Finance found out how they can change deposit offers for depositors.

The US Congress unveiled a bill with Ukrainian assistance for $61 billion.

The US House of Representatives unveiled a new bill with the help of Ukraine. Speaker of the House Mike Johnson expects that they will vote for him on Saturday, April 20.

The main thing for Thursday: Deposit and loan rates, the dollar exchange rate and frozen assets of the Russian Federation

Lagarde spoke out against the confiscation and transfer of frozen assets to Ukraine assets of Russia

All US proposals to use more than €260 billion of frozen Russian assets to finance military aid to Ukraine violate international law. This was stated by the head of the European Central Bank, Christine Lagarde.

The National Bank again raised the official dollar exchange rate to the maximum

The National Bank of Ukraine on April 19 set the dollar exchange rate at 39.6037 UAH/$, which is a new all-time high. In comparison with the previous banking day, the NBU increased the dollar exchange rate by UAH 0.0586. The dollar rate was only higher on April 17 – 39.5737 UAH/$.

The main thing for Thursday: Deposit rates and loans, the dollar exchange rate and frozen assets of the Russian Federation

G7 countries will keep Russian assets frozen until they achieve payments for the damage caused to Ukraine

G7 countries will keep Russian assets frozen until will get her to pay for the damage caused to Ukraine. This decision was made by the ministers of the G7 countries at a meeting in New York.

The European Commission announced the receipt of the second tranche for Ukraine next week

Ukraine will receive the second tranche next week under the agreed program macro-financial assistance to Ukraine Facility from the EU in the amount of 1.5 billion euros. This was stated by the Director General of the European Commission for Neighborhood and Enlargement Negotiations, Gert-Jan Koopman, during the US-Ukraine Partnership Forum.

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