In what could be seen as a peace offering, Russia said it was ready for an out-of-court settlement and the sale of the Eurobond.
Severstal, Rusal and Evraz have sold a significant part of their Ukraine assets as the breach between Kyiv and Moscow grows ever deeper.
Ukraine has seen a sustained improvement in macroeconomic fundamentals, but the volatile geopolitical and domestic political backdrop means investors will need strong stomachs.
MEPs want to reward reforms by Eastern Partnership countries by allowing them to join EU customs union, energy union or even Schengen area.
Ukraine's real GDP grew 2.1% year-on-year in July-September, the Ukrstat state statistics agency in Kyiv reported on November 14.
The Specialised Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine (SAPO) has sent to court an indictment against Roman Nasirov, the suspended head of Ukraine's State Fiscal Service taking another step towards starting a trial of the official
A strong base effect was responsible for the deceleration from 16.4% y/y in September, as there was a significant hike in tariffs in October 2016.
Ukraine's parliament, the Verkhovna Rada, has adopted in the first reading a new bill on the privatisation of state-owned enterprises, which should re-start the stalled privatisation drive in the war-torn country.
Despite not receiving any more IMF funds this year, Ukraine's economy is still on track to grow by 2%
Oleksandr Avakov has been released from detention but is under electronic tagging surveillance
The son of Ukraine's Interior Minister Arsen Avakov is suspected of embezzling more than UAH14mn ($520,500) in a procurement deal with the National Guard
Pro-Ukraine volunteer fighter Amyna Okueva has been shot dead in an attack carried out on her and her husband Adam Osmayev.
The forecast for Ukraine's GDP has been raised from its gloomier prediction of 1.6% in July to 2.2%. A rise in consumer consumption is thought to be the main driver of the higher than expected growth
DTEK has been forced to generate more electricity from power plants that run on gas coal following the blockade on deliveries of anthracite from the rebel-controlled Donbas region.
Georgian president and ex-governor of the Odesa region Mikheil Saakashvili has not been granted refugee status by Ukraine's State Migration Service
Cryptocurrencies are set to take the world by storm and Eastern Europe is the surprise hub of this fledgling industry, while Vladimir Smerkis of The Token Fund has found himself firmly at its centre.
Kyiv Economic Court ruled to cancel the sale of a 92.8% stake in Ukrtelecom which is now controlled by oligarch Rinat Akhmetov, but analysts believe there is a good chance of winning an appeal against the ruling.