Thus, in comparison with the previous working day, the U.S. currency dropped in price by 0.05 UAH.
Euro and Russian ruble have dropped in price as well. 1 Euro cost 29.97-29.99 UAH, and 10 rubles cost 0.383-0.384 UAH.
Earlier, a new coin appeared in the turnover in Ukraine. Its value is ten Ukrainian hryvnyas.
Previously, the Ukrainian Cabinet approved a memorandum of cooperation with Louisiana Natural Gas Export Inc (LNGE). It's about the supply of American liquefied natural gas to Ukraine. Minister of Energy Olga Buslavets said that the government has only preliminary approved the document, instructing it to finalize all key ministries. "Only after that will a final decision be made," the minister said. According to LNGE Chief Executive Officer Ben Blanchet, Buslavets put the issue of approval of the memorandum on the agenda of the Cabinet meeting on May 27.
According to the National Bank of Ukraine, the coin is supposed to replace the banknotes of the same value.
The coin's diameter makes 23.5 mm, the weight 6.4 grams. The head side will feature the image of Cossack warlord Ivan Mazepa. The tail side is to display the value of the coin, with the number adorned by the ornament.
In February, the Bank also presented a new banknote by the value of 200 hryvnyas.