Ukrainian Hryvnia

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Ukrainian Hryvnia

The currency of the Ukraine. It was introduced in 1996, replacing the karbovanets following a period of hyperinflation in the latter. Since its introduction, it has been pegged to the U.S. dollar at various values.
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The ongoing devaluation of the hyrvnia means the outlook is weaker in US dollar terms with premiums of USD1.2bn forecast for 2020, up from USD1.1bn in 2016.
Two tranches of the loan were disbursed, but the IMF declined to release additional ones, due to Ukraine's refusal to take politically unpopular steps such as increasing energy prices for domestic consumers and devaluing Ukraine's currency, the hyrvnia. Ukraine received loans from Russia and China to try to make up for the suspension of the IMF loan.
The revision of the outlook was prompted by the limited risk of another financial crisis in Ukraine over the near-term, the stabilisation of the hyrvnia and the expected resumption of GDP growth in Ukraine in 2010.
She was presented with a cheque for 4,595 Ukraine hyrvnia.