Ukrainian Eurobonds are recovering from a sharp fall.
Thursday, January 20, 2022

Ukrainian Eurobonds are recovering from a sharp fall.

On Wednesday, January 19, quotations of Ukrainian foreign government bonds resumed growth after several days of significant decline, reported epravda. Thus, quotes for all issues of Ukrainian Eurobonds and GDP warrants increased. Issues maturing in 2029, 2030, 2032, and 2033 exceeded the January 13 mark. Yields on the shortest securities maturing in September returned to 18.33% (sales) from 26.55% on Monday, January 17. They are currently trading at 94.6% of their face value. Quotes of GDP warrants also increased – if on Monday they traded for 74.53% of their “face value”, they rose to 76.64% on Wednesday.

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