LONDON, March 20 Ukraine's dollar-denominated
bonds fell across the curve on Monday with longer-dated
maturities trading at their lowest since early December after
the International Monetary Fund delayed a decision on disbursing
The 2026 and 2027 issues
lost 0.535 cents to trade just above 90 cents in the dollar,
according to data from Tradeweb.
"The IMF delay is a technical issue, I recognise this is a
short term negative for Ukraine assets and we see the prices on
the screen reflecting that delay today," Sergei Voloboev, chief
economist at Norvik Banka told a conference in London.
The IMF and Kiev announced on Sunday that the fund had
postponed a decision to disburse more aid to Ukraine in order to
assess the impact of an economic blockade Kiev imposed on
(Reporting by Karin Strohecker and Sujata Rao; Editing by Jamie