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CREDITMARKET INDEX - UKRAINIAN INDEX OF EFFECTIVE INTEREST RATES ON CONSUMER LOANS FOR INDIVIDUALS

According to the National Bank of Ukraine, 177 Ukrainian banks were holding banking licenses (public joint stock companies) issued by the National Bank of Ukraine as of 01.10.2011.

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In September, foreign exchange receipts from non-residents exceeded payments to them by USD 617 mln. (in the currency equivalent). At the same time, despite all seasonal factors and international financial market strains, the foreign currency domestic demand which exceeded the currency proposals was increasing.

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According to the preliminary data, the two-months record was showing a positive net liquidity balance totaling USD 214 mln. in August 2011 (in July it was USD 108 mln.). It resulted in the international reserve volume increase to USD 38.2 bn., thus ensuring import financing within 4.6 months of the future period.

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In August the consumer price index (CPI) decreased by 0.4% (CPI seasonal adjustment was +0.4%). Annual CPI change rates have decreased by 8.9% compared to 10.6% in July, consumer prices have increased by 4.1% since the beginning of year.

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Income of Ukrainian banks increased by 2.8% within eight months of 2011 from the responding period in 2010 and amounted to UAH91.8 bn.

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According to the latest data, the transaction share of securities freely traded on the stock market does not exceed 8.5% of the total turnover (see Table). In 2010, the shares of transactions with specific securities were as follows: shares – 9.33%, public bonds – 17.19%, enterprise bonds – 9.65%, local bonds – 28.00%.

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Active involvement in the race for extension of the unsecured consumer lending can force banks into tough mid-term financial losses. Guile of problems of this kind consists in the fact that apart from evident fraud cases (which are promptly tracked within strict operating processes), losses are recorded as late as six months after the expansion started, provided that banks have quite an enhanced risk management and tough monitoring of troubled debts on the intervals. We’d like to stress that credit portfolios are permanently growing after an active start, as a rule, and it’s a common error to estimate indices based on the portfolio in this crediting segment.

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According to preliminary results, foreign currency input by non-residents exceeded transfers to them by $1.7 billion US in August 2011. This facilitated to preserve a net supply of foreign currency on non-cash segment of the currency market and reduce the net demand for cash.

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Ukraine's current account deficit in July, according to preliminary data – is $574 million US (compared to $239 million US in July last year). This resulted from a slowdown of exports of goods even amidst a substantial reduction in imports of natural gas. During the first 7 months, the deficit extended to $3.3 billion US (in contrast to a surplus of $313 million US in the same period last year).

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There was a significant acceleration of growth in the index of production for basic industries (hereinafter – IPBI) In July – up to 10.8% in annual terms (9% in June). For 7 months, the IPBI growth was 9.5% from the same period last year.

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