World Gold Council says central banks bought 254.2 tonnes of gold in the first half of 2012; Kazakhstan, the Philippines, Ukraine and Guatemala among the countries that added to reserves
Inflation figures show annualised CPI inflation rose from -0.3% in June to 0% in July; economic department deputy says figures are ‘close to optimal’
Director of National Bank of Ukraine’s Monetary Policy Department promotes hryvnia for savings purposes; tells public currency is sound and highlights uncertainty surrounding other currencies
Sergei Arbuzov explains why the National Bank of Ukraine keeps a tight rein on foreign exchange transactions; says temporary easing of rules for sporting tournament will not become permanent
National Bank of Ukraine reveals commemorative coins dedicated to the European Football Championship 2012; first ever half-kilo gold coin forms part of the series
European mission head at IMF said to offer support for National Bank of Ukraine participation in Vienna Initiative
New regulation brings Ukraine further into line with EU and Basel Committee principles; describes how banking groups come to be classified as such in the country
First in a set of books explaining the banking system in Ukraine is released; series forms part of the celebrations of the central bank’s 20th anniversary
Natalia Syniavska takes on role overseeing all payments operations at the Ukrainian central bank
First deputy governor Yurii Kolobov becomes finance minister; local media reports unconfirmed by official sources
National Bank of Ukraine agrees to deeper co-operation with Independent Banking Association of Ukraine; two bodies sign memorandum of partnership and co-operation
National Bank of Ukraine quietly replaces Volodymyr Krotiuk as deputy governor; offers no explanation as director of financial department takes over the role
National Bank of Ukraine governor Volodymyr Stelmakh tenders resignation over a year past expiry of term; first deputy governor Serhii Arbuzov named his replacement
Chile raises rates despite uncertainty in global recovery; Norway and South Korea hold; Ukraine cuts
Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovych submits draft bill to enhance central bank’s independence; measures lengthen governor’s term, increase number of deputies and prohibit party membership
National Bank of Ukraine governor Volodymyr Stelmakh will remain in office for the time being having overstayed term limit by three months, according to new prime minister
Analysts say governor Volodymyr Stelmakh will leave once election results are confirmed, replacement faces challenges including managing the currency
National Bank of Ukraine’s Oleksandr Savchenko resigns accusing the President of interference with the central bank’s monetary policy
Accusations of mismanagement and corruption at the National Bank of Ukraine are to be investigated by international auditors, according to an official at the central bank.
Viktor Yuschenko, the Ukraine's president, is to launch a legal bid to render parliament's latest attempt to oust the governor of the country's central bank invalid.
Viktor Yushchenko, Ukraine's president, on Friday rejected renewed calls by Yulia Tymoshenko, the country's prime minister, to sack Volodymyr Stelmakh, the governor of the country's central bank.
Yulia Tymoshenko, Ukraine's prime minister, has called for the resignation of Viktor Yushchenko, the president and former head of the country's central bank, after accusing him of profiting from bets against the currency last week as the country struggles...
A resolution which came into force on 21 June allows the National Bank of Ukraine to fine banks 0.01 per cent for every violation of banking legislation on money laundering, according to a report by the Interfax-Ukraine news agency. The government hopes...
The IMF has criticised the National Bank of Ukraine's long-term bank refinancing program, reports Interfax, saying it may distort the credit market, limit monetary policy flexibility and increase government spending.