uk Global Banking News - 25 April 2013 The national Bank of Ukraine has stated that the banking sector has been performing consistently well over several years.
What does NBU stand for?
NBU stands for National Bank of Ukraine (Kiev, Ukraine)
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- Nigerian Bible Translation Trust
- Nothing But the Truth
- Narrow Band Trunk Unit
- Narrow-Band Television
- Nobody Beats the Wiz
- Not Back to Work or Studies (brain injury assessment)
- National Bank of Uzbekistan
- National Biodiversity Unit (Egypt)
- National Business Unit
- Nätverksbaserade Underrättelsetjänsten (Swedish: Network-Based Intelligence)
- Netbackup (Symantec software)
- Never Been Used
- New Better than Used
- New Bulgarian University (Sofia, Bulgaria)
- Next Billion Users (Google)
- Nippon Bunri University (Japan)
Samples in periodicals archive:
National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) (central-banks-accelerated-gold-buying-2012-protect-against-global-economic-turmoil-976670) said in late December it raised the percentage of gold in its reserves in 2012 to 7.
uk ENP Newswire - 17 August 2012 Release date- 16082012 - On 11 June 2012, the Board of the National Bank of Ukraine adopted Resolution No 231 (registered with the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine on 4 July 2012 under 1113/21425), which has introduced amendments to the Regulation on Planning and Procedure for Performing Inspections.
Ukrainian Vice Premier Sergiy Tigipko has called for the strengthening of the hryvnia exchange rate, but said he is not criticizing the actions of the National Bank of Ukraine on maintaining exchange rate stability.
Bank Nadra has been under the temporary administration of the National Bank of Ukraine with a payment moratorium since Q1 2009 following the bank's substantial liquidity and asset quality problems.
The government faces two options: It will need to either cut spending, a politically unpopular move ahead of a presidential election; or the National Bank of Ukraine can print money, which could erode the hryvnia's value.
From the time of the collapse until 1996, Ukraine had a temporary currency; and the government and the National Bank of Ukraine responded to cash shortages with multiple money emissions which created huge inflation.