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Ukraine Aims To Strike $15-20B IMF Deal By Year-End

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  • (Reuters) - Ukraine aims to strike a deal for a $15-$20 billion programme with the International Monetary Fund before year-end to help shore up its war-torn economy, the country's central bank governor Kyrylo Shevchenko told Reuters.
    • New IMF programme could come as a stand-by arrangement or an extended fund facility.
    • Ukraine central bank expects FX swap line with Bank of England 'within weeks'.
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  • (Reuters) - Ukraine aims to strike a deal for a $15-$20 billion programme with the International Monetary Fund before year-end to help shore up its war-torn economy, the country's central bank governor Kyrylo Shevchenko told Reuters.
    • New IMF programme could come as a stand-by arrangement or an extended fund facility.
    • Ukraine central bank expects FX swap line with Bank of England 'within weeks'.