Photo from UNIAN Ukraine&#39;s Finance Ministry has borrowed UAH 6.394 billion (US$233.2 million) and US$9.9 million for the national budget at the latest weekly auction to place government domestic loan bonds. The hryvnia funds were raised through the placement of securities with 63-, 182-, 210-, 287-, 357-, 714-, and 1,064-day maturity periods and a weighted average yield of 19.5%, 18.92%, 19%, 18.5%, 18.47%, 18%, and 17.25% per annum, respectively, according to the ministry&#39;s website. Read alsoUkraine&#39;s Deputy Finance Minister Vasyl Shkurakov: "There is no urgent need to rush and borrow at whatever rate" The foreign currency funds were raised through the placement of securities in U.S. dollars with 162- and 358-day maturity periods and a weighted average yield of 6.7% and 7.25% per annum, respectively. The total hryvnia equivalent of the funds raised was UAH 6.666 billion at the NBU forex rate. As UNIAN reported earlier, the Finance Ministry in 2018 borrowed UAH 65.128 billion ($2.4 billion), $3.478 billion, and EUR 503 million for the national budget at weekly auctions to place government domestic loan bonds.