January 31, 2018 | Cbonds
|At Monday's close, liquidity continued to decline because of Treasury operations as it fell UAH2.73bn to UAH96.14bn. Banks' correspondent accounts with the NBU fell UAH0.90bn to UAH45.65bn and total CDs outstanding fell UAH1.83bn to UAH50.49bn. Non-monetary operations had a negative impact UAH3.86bn, as the result of UAH5.23bn in outflows to Treasury accounts while total revenues collected were reduced more than twofold from Friday to UAH8.44bn. Only UAH1.41bn of this outflow was offset by cash exchanged into reserves. The NBU provided banks with only UAH1.13bn of liquidity via the FX market.|
Investment implications: With significantly lower revenues collected, the Treasury's expenditures were significantly less, causing liquidity to decline. However, thanks to last week's VAT refunds, liquidity remains above UAH90bn.
|Full company name||Ukraine|
|Country of risk||Ukraine|