Ukraine&#39;s Finance Ministry continues borrowing funds Photo from UNIAN Ukraine&#39;s Finance Ministry has placed government domestic loan bonds to raise UAH 2.154 billion, or US$86 million. The funds were raised through the sale of hryvnia-denominated bonds with a maturity of 182, 357 and 1,099 days with a yield of 15.65%, 15.09% and 15.5% per annum, respectively, the ministry said on its website. Read alsoUkraine&#39;s international reserves shrink over debt repayments Government bonds denominated in foreign currency were not placed. As UNIAN reported earlier, the Finance Ministry in January-August 2019 raised UAH 174.124 billion (US$6.95 billion), US$3.220 billion, and EUR 189 million for the national budget at auctions to place government domestic loan bonds. There has been no bond placement summary for September 2019 yet.