NABU presented suspicion to the head of the National Bank of Ukraine

Source: Kyiv, 6 October. Head of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) Kirill Shevchenko accused of stealing large sums of money. This was reported by the press service of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU). According to law enforcement officers, Shevchenko, as the head of Ukrgasbank, organized an illegal money withdrawal scheme from … Read more

Since the beginning of the year, the Central Bank has recorded signs of a financial pyramid in 1.5 thousand companies

The number of companies with signs of a financial pyramid, which the Bank of Russia identified in the nine months of 2022, amounted to almost 1.5 thousand units, Valery Lyakh, director of the Department for Combating Unfair Practices, said at the Territory of Financial Security conference. .

The Central Bank lowered the ruble against the dollar and the euro on October 7

The Russian Central Bank set on Friday, October 7, the official dollar rate at 60.25 rubles, and this is 85 kopecks higher than the previous figure. .

The Verkhovna Rada voted to dismiss the head of the National Bank of Ukraine

Global Look Press | Sergiy Kharchenko The Verkhovna Rada voted for the dismissal of Kirill Shevchenko from the post of head of the National Bank of Ukraine. This was stated by Ukrainian MP Yaroslav Zheleznyak in his Telegram channel. Shevchenko is now suspected of illegal withdrawal of funds from Ukrgasbank. “The parliament supported the dismissal … Read more

The World Bank will give Kyiv half a billion dollars “for social needs”

Source: IMAGO/President of Ukraine/Global Look Press Kyiv, 4 October. Kyiv will receive $529.9 million from the World Bank (WB) in the form of additional financing for urgent needs. It is reported by the agency Ukrinform. The agreement on assistance was signed by the Minister of Finance of Ukraine Sergei Marchenko and World Bank Regional Director … Read more

The World Bank predicted a fall in Russian GDP by 4.5 percent

The World Bank predicted a fall in Russian GDP by 4.5% and 3.6% in 2022 and 2023 © Photo : World Bank Photo CollectionWorld Bank building in Washington DC © Photo : World Bank Photo Collection The World Bank building in Washington DC. Archive photo WASHINGTON, Oct 4 – RIA Novosti. Russia’s GDP will decline … Read more

The World Bank has improved the forecast for Russian GDP for 2022

Anti-Russian sanctions, the exit of foreign companies, a shaky outlook and a decline in real incomes that weaken consumer demand are on the list of factors that could negatively affect the Russian economy. In the coming year, the BBB of the Russian Federation will fall due to the embargo on Russian oil by Europe. .