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Middle-week thoughts

Found in the section analytic materials of Yevhen Pentsak about actual situation on Ukrainian market

Yevhen Pentsak (50) 05 June'09 (8 years ago)

Middle of the week thought: optimistic pessimism or pessimistic optimism

The Fourth Research-to-Practice Conference Ukraines Integration into European and International Financial Community was held under the auspices of NBU and reported a number of interesting figures reflecting growth of domestic economy.

Tags: macroeconomics, Ukraine, Yevhen Pentsak

Yevhen Pentsak (50) 28 May'09 (8 years ago) Comments: 3

Middle-week thoughts: movable immovable, movable immovable, movable imm

Real estate investments are a subject that most often comes up the Ukrainian headlines. The etymology of the word (real estate) is quite complex and dates back to lat. realis that bares a meaning genuine (or even more authentic one res (a thing). Hence, to put it simple, real estate means some genuinely real thing! Have such views on the subject undergone dramatic changes since times of Romans?

Tags: Yevhen Pentsak, investments, investor, real estate

Yevhen Pentsak (50) 22 May'09 (8 years ago)

Middle-week thoughts: "Shahtar" resounding victory - is Ukraine's economy "hoisted ti the surface"?

Regrettably, Shachtars outright success did not signal a victory in the play grounds of Ukrainian market indices and SDS. Nor did it eventually help reduce percentage of problem bank credits. Possibly, thats why subsidiaries of overseas banks have put their shares for sale and raised pressure on corporate debtors.

Tags: Yevhen Pentsak, crysis, IMF, investor, liquidity, investment, banking system, NBU

Yevhen Pentsak (50) 14 May'09 (8 years ago)

Middle-week thoughts: hryvnia is thrown under a tank?

We have missed the rapid growth of the stock market and hryvnia; which strokes and surprises the Ukrainian market is preparing as well?

Tags: Yevhen Pentsak, fund market, eurobond, exchange rate, investment, investor, NBU

Yevhen Pentsak (50) 08 May'09 (8 years ago) Comments: 2

Middle-week thoughts: hunger treatment or investment amnesia

The fourth phase of the survey: The impact of socio-demographic characteristics of the investor on his attitude to financial risk had completed in Kyiv Mohyla Business School (KMBS).

Tags: IMF, investment, strategy, Yevhen Pentsak, inflation, investments, crysis

Yevhen Pentsak (50) 04 May'09 (8 years ago)

Middle-week thoughts: solidity of "workers" or solidarity with "workers"?

At the time of big changes that occur in the global economy, many people wonder where to move on, what to do, which new business projects to start, etc.? Where to go, which economic sectors will generate profit, where the core values of customers will be focused, how to provide for their future developments, what the key competencies are required for a company - it is an incomplete list of issues, which must be answered by a top manager of every modern company.

Tags: business model, Yevhen Pentsak, business strategy

Yevhen Pentsak (50) 16 April'09 (8 years ago)

Middle-week thoughts: crisis development according to the default scenario or default of the default scenarios

Financial analysts forecast the development of emerging economies for the next two years. The main claimants to the sovereign default remain the same, only the order in rank of the most unreliable is changing. Ukraine is not included in the last rating at all.

Tags: banking system, Yevhen Pentsak, crysis, default, currency market, IMF, market

Yevhen Pentsak (50) 09 April'09 (8 years ago) Comments: 2

Middle-week thoughts: World Bank believes in Ukraine, but conditionally

Everybody is waiting for the decision concerning the IMF second tranche of the loan; the government and the National Bank are ready for IMF mission arrival. The optimism of the government not only exceeds the limit but excites the imagination. However, there are several queers in the World Bank, whose forecasts do not coincide with the governments forecasts...

Tags: banking system, IMF, NBU, fund market, inflation

Yevhen Pentsak (50) 06 March'09 (8 years ago) Comments: 7

Middle-week thoughts: "I'll go and drown in a deep river"

DGF refused to guarantee deposits of physical persons, the pro-government politics keep pulling the leg, the government intend to print billions of hryvnya, which is going to make a lot of harm to collaboration with IMF. In general, a situation in Ukraine reminds a stalemate, and that is why we must try to work out the most essential problems...

Tags: index, banking system, Yevhen Pentsak, fund market, IMF, credit

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