The Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Ukraine reached a 3.2% growth at the end of 2019. From 2016 Ukraine has obtained a stable economic GDP growth between 2.3% and 3.3%.
The Consumer Price Index
The Consumer Price Index measures the aggregate level of prices in the economy with goods and services purchased by households in the country. Ukraine’s CPI was 3.1 in 2020, meaning that the change in price levels of goods and services are 3.1%.
Ukrainian Hryvnia vs. US Dollar | Exchange rate
The current exchange rate of the USD/UAH is 27.78 as of November 2020. The exchange rate between the USD/UAH is always fluctuating. Ukraine currently has 26.1 Billion (USD) International reserves. In 2020 the highest ever International Reserves were reached.
Ukraine’s International reserves
Ukraine currently has 26.1 Billion (USD) International reserves. In 2020 the highest ever International Reserves were reached.
Key Policy Rates
The key policy rates are used as a tool by the Central Banks in the different countries to implement monetary policy. Ukraine has lowered their bank policy rates with 7.5% in 2019-2020 from 13.5% to 6% at the end of November 2020.
Ukraine’s foreign trade
In 2015 Ukraine had a negative GDP growth rate of -9.8% and 2015 was the only year that Ukraine exported more products than imported. The past 4 years Ukraine imported more products and the most recent 2019 data shows that Ukraine exported a total of 50.3 Billion (USD) and imported 60.8 Billion