Ukrainian companies listed abroad had a firm rebound last week after the US finalized paperwork to grant Ukraine an almost USD 40bn aid package to resist russian invasion. russian forces are using aircraft, artillery, tanks, rockets, mortars, and missiles along the entire front line to attack Ukrainian civilian structures and residential areas. Thousands of people in Ukraine have been killed in the war that has displaced millions and shattered cities. Now russian forces are preparing for Ukrainian counteroffensives and settling in for protracted operations in southern Ukraine.
Warsaw-listed Kernel (KER) shot up by 18% to PLN 28.10 and Astarta (AST) jumped by 25% to PLN 26.45 per share.
In London trading, MHP (MHPC) advanced by 15% to USD 4.62, and Ferrexpo (FXPO) gained by 16% to GBp 171. On the downside, natural gas producer Enwell Energy (former Regal) slid by 13% to GBp 20.00.
On the Ukrainian stock market trading in stocks and bonds remained suspended as the country is under martial law.
The Finance Ministry continued to offer investors the special UAH-denominated bonds with a yield of 11.5% and maturity in October 2023. Local and foreign investors can purchase the special Ukrainian bond through licensed brokers or banks.
On the OTC cash market, the hryvnia lost a significant 10% over the week to close at 38.00 UAH/USD. However, operations on the interbank currency market remained restricted and conducted close to the official exchange rate of 29.25 UAH/USD.
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