Ukrainian banks’ debts to the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) related to refinancing loans reduced by 3.9% in April, to UAH 66.622 billion, or $2.52 billion.
Refinancing-related debts owed by banks to the regulator shrank by 10.9%, or by UAH 8.157 billion ($308 million) in January through April, the NBU reported on its website.
The volume of certificates of deposit bought by banks from the NBU declined by 2.4% in April and by 6.2% since the beginning of the year, to UAH 63.950 billion, or $2.42 billion.
Ukrainian banks’ debts to the NBU for refinancing loans as of January 1, amounted to UAH 74.828 billion, or $2.82 billion, down by 29.3% YoY. (UNIAN/Business World Magazine)
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