Ukraine’s Eurobonds have become less expensive for the third week in a row.
Tuesday, June 14, 2022

Ukraine’s Eurobonds have become less expensive for the third week in a row.

Ukrainian Eurobond prices have fallen for the third week in a row, dropping on average by another 4.5% last week. The shortest maturity securities, in September of this year, decreased the least – by 0.4% to 69.6% of face value. Still, due to the proximity of their maturity, the rate rose to 190.3% per annum against 171% per annum a week earlier. Quotes on securities maturing in 2023-2025 fell by 2.7-3.6% over the week, in 2025-2029 by 4.4-6.9%, and the longest, maturing in 2032-2033, by 3.5 – 4.4 %. At the end of last week, Eurobonds maturing in September 2023 were quoted at a rate of 97.7% per annum, in September 2024 – 64.2% per annum, in 2025 – 49.5%, in 2026 – 39.6%. The price of GDP warrants, which in the middle of last week reached its highest price since the beginning of the war. 38.8% of face value (compared to 60% before the war), ended last week at around 36.3% of face value.

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