NBU Leaves Its Key Policy Rate Unchanged at 25%
Financial Stability Council Supports Measures to Ensure Macrofinancial Stability, Greenlights Resilience Assessment of Banks
NBU Eases Some FX Restrictions and Changes Terms for Providing Refinancing Loans to Banks As Banking System Liquidity Reaches Record Highs
New SEP Generation Launched 24/7 Based on ISO 20022
NBU Implements Announced Change in Calculating Required Reserves to Boost Competition among Banks for Retail Term Deposits
International Reserves Increased to USD 37.3 Billion in May, Second Highest to August 2011
NBU 2022 Annual Report: Safeguarding Macrofinancial Stability and Public Confidence despite Unprecedented Wartime Challenges
In his column for Ekonomichna Pravda, NBU Governor Andriy Pyshnyy argues that Ukrainian migrants in Europe are providing additional support, not putting a strain on the host economies.
The column is based on the Staff Discussion Note authored by experts of the Monetary Policy and Economic Analysis Department of the NBU. Full text of the Staff Discussion Note is available at.
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