Kernel (KER PW) down 2.1% on Tuesday, pulling it to lowest level since February 2016

Analyst: “We continue to expect Metinvest will produce about 32.0 mmt of attributable iron ore in 2017, a 5.3% yoy decrease. And we are keeping our neutral view on METINV Eurobonds as we see a high refinancing risk for the next twelve months.”


The Company is re-evaluating field development plans in Ukraine, with the aim of restarting drilling as soon as possible.

Ferrexpo, Ukraine’s most widely held and traded stock, shot up 5.4% on Thursday, snapping a five session streak of declines

As of today, Ukraine produces 30 percent of its natural gas consumption, but it must look to alternatives. If it can organize a concerted mining effort, then it could deliver gas to its consumers at a cheaper rate and exercise its own political and economic sovereignty.

The highly respected USDA World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates Report (WASDE) reveals a corn demand decline sharp enough that some of Ukraine’s major producers are reportedly eyeing shifts in their 2018 cropping patterns. Discussing the “market mood,” analyst Brian Grossman said in part: “Starting off the 2017/18 market year estimates already on the bearish side as exports are expected to be down 445 million bushels from last year and even below 2015/16’s exports of 1.901 billion bushels."

If the bill is passed and signed into law, the National Bank of Ukraine would have two months from that date to create guidelines for exchanges.


Analyst: “Against this backdrop we are keeping our projection on hryvnia at UAH 28.0 - 28.5 per USD by year end.”



Analyst: “The news flow promises little positive for Ukraine’s government, which has already spent UAH 139 bln on injecting capital into the bank and will likely spend another UAH 16 bln in the near future.”


The creation of cryptocurrencies is the result of man’s search for a more efficient currency.

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