Analyst: “Unfortunately, this means there will be massive hryvnia injections in the upcoming weeks with a subsequent surge in depreciation pressure on the national currency.”


Analyst: “…we confirm our EBITDA estimate of DTEK Energy at UAH 17.7-18.0 bln in 2017. We remain bullish on the holding’s Eurobonds. We also warn that key risk for DTEK Energy now is on the regulation side – its well-being in early 2018 will depend much on the ability of Ukrainian power brokers to unfreeze the work of the NERC, Ukraine's power sector regulator.”


Astarta up 5.9% over five straight positive sessions 

Three partner banks to finance thousands of energy efficiency projects in Ukraine



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Analyst: “The tendency promises net FDI better than the USD 1.0 bln that we initially projected for 2017. Now we expect USD 2.4 bln net FDI by the year end.”


On the LSE, Ferrexpo (FXPO LN) slides 0.7%, or 1.6% in two sessions.


Analyst: “We are keeping our initial forecast unchanged at 19.8% yoy growth for 2017 despite the recent slowdown.


Analyst: “So far, the risk that new rates will not be adopted is low, given that blockage of the NERC is very risky for Ukraine’s entire energy system. We expect Ukrainian power brokers will find some solution soon, enabling all the pending regulations to be adopted by the end of the year.”


Ferrexpo, Ukraine’s most widely held stock, inched up 0.3%, concluding the week at a 6.7% gain.

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