For the first time since the beginning of a full-scale war, the National Bank increased the hryvnia against the dollar

18:43 21 July Kyiv, Ukraine

For the first time since the start of a full-scale war, the National Bank increased the hryvnia against the dollar. It increased by 25% to 36.5 hryvnia per US dollar.
"Such a step will increase the competitiveness of Ukrainian producers, bring together the exchange rate conditions for different business groups and the population and maintain the stability of the economy in a war," the National Bank commented.
The official exchange rate of the hryvnia against the US dollar will continue to remain fixed.

In addition, from July 21, the NBU will allow banks to sell non-cash currency with subsequent placement on deposit for a period of three months (without the right to early termination within the monthly limit of 50 thousand hryvnia).