Debt bonds of Ukraine, placed on the Irish Stock Exchange on November 1, were they bought by investors from the USA and the UK. In particular, representatives of these countries repurchased more than 40% of all bonds, while the share of investors from Europe was slightly more than 10%, reports Hromadske.

The vast majority of Ukraine’s debt bonds were purchased by investment companies and pension funds from the USA and the UK. Recall that on November 1, Ukrainian bonds worth $ 2 billion began to be officially traded on the Irish Stock Exchange.

Note that now Ukraine is quite difficult to attract borrowing for low interest from investors to bonds of developing countries. In addition, most investors were confident in the stability of the Ukrainian economy due to the lack of a final decision of the International Monetary Fund to continue cooperation with Ukraine.

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