Ukraine issues US dollar bonds aimed at retail investors


Ukraine is issuing two-year treasury bonds denominated in US dollars to domestic investors in a move that appears to contradict an earlier recommendation by a central bank director for the country's population to keep their savings in hryvnia, the national currency.

A total of $200 million of bonds is available for purchase through the state bank, Oschadbank, and ths issuance is part of a policy to increase Ukraine's presence in international financial markets, according to a statement issued by

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