REUTERS The Ministry of Finance of Ukraine at the last auction this year on the placement of domestic government loan bonds raised UAH 522 million and $205 million to the state budget. The funds in hryvnia were raised as a result of the sale of bonds maturing in 132 and 951 days with a weighted average yield of 11.75% and 11% per annum, respectively. Funds in dollars were raised for the bonds maturing in 294 and 721 days at 3.4% and 3.86%, respectively. Read alsoHryvnia sets another four-year high against dollar at UAH 23.26 The hryvnia equivalent of funds borrowed amounted to UAH 5.3 billion. As UNIAN reported earlier, in January-November, the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine raised UAH 213 billion, $4 billion, and EUR190 million at biddings where domestic government loan bonds were sold. On December 18, the Cabinet of Ministers instructed the Ministry of Finance to conduct before year-end unscheduled borrowings in the amount of up to UAH 10 billion.