On January 29, the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine has placed hryvnia-denominated government domestic loan bonds for UAH 8.9 billion, foreign currency-denominated government bonds for USD 330.7 million and EUR 5.6 million. The ministry has said this in a statement, Ukrainian News Agency reports. In particular, the Finance Ministry placed hryvnia-denominated bonds with the maturity of 91 days for UAH 3,691.796 million at 19.50% per annum, 154 days for UAH 1,974.604 million at 18.98% per annum, 161 days for UAH 1,806.019 million at 18.96% per annum, 280 days for 1,338.787 million at 18.50% per annum and 364 days for UAH 175.279 million at 18.47% per annum. The dollar-denominated bonds were placed with the maturity of 22 days for USD 285.590 million at 6.25% per annum, 78 days for USD 37.590 million at 6.5% per annum, 140 days for USD 0.487 million at 6.7% per annum and with the maturity of 266 days for USD 7.030 million at 7.25% per annum. The euro-denominated bonds were placed with the maturity of 71 days for EUR 5.633 million at 4.5% per annum. The ministry managed to attract a total of UAH 18,355.413 million into the state budget. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, in 2018, the ministry attracted UAH 65.128 billion, USD 3.478 billion and EUR 503 million into the state budget from placing government domestic loan bonds.