SBU, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the State Office of Public Prosecutor threatened banks for speculation?

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The government rigidly scarified activity about two tens averages and small banks, whose speculation in currency in the interbank market were exposed, during a meeting in the secretariat of the president on Friday.

About it reports "A mirror of week" with reference to a source in the secretariat of the president.

According to the interlocutor, at a meeting there were a president Victor Yushchenko, the prime minister Yulia Timoshenko, the speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Vladimir Litvin, the head of National Bank Vladimir Stelmakh and the representative of oppositional fraction Mykola Azarov.

According to the informed bankers, all small foreign banks, and also some averages and a number of small banks got to number accused of speculation with the Ukrainian capital which traded in currency on Mezhbank at the rate, above a so-called average rate of dollar practically.

Thus, according to the source, the highest ranks of SBU, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the State Office of Public Prosecutor which also were present at a meeting, promised to the management of the mentioned banks to take the appropriate measures if those once again dare to speculate.

In comments the interrogated representatives of banks accused of speculation declared to the edition that became speculation victims.

According to them, when from - for solutions of NBU all large banks started performing currency transactions through couple hryvnia - euro, in dollars the establishments serving nonresidents which became victims of the small banks specializing on currency speculation traded only.

"They offered small volumes of currency for sale, overestimating quotations. Our clients - nonresidents saw a dollar rate which constantly grows, and were ready to buy it at any price - if only to leave Ukraine", - bankers noted.

Also, according to their information as small banks weren't able to sell large volumes of currency to nonresidents, one rather large regional bank had to make it.


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