Issue 593 - 06.04.2020
06.04.2020

Kyrgyz MP proposes to change Constitution

Kyrgyz MP and former judge Kurmankul Zulushev has initiated a draft law to hold a referendum in the republic to amend the Constitution. Citizens are invited to speak out on the desired form of government - the parliamentary or presidential system. The amendment, if adopted, will expand the presidential powers and weaken the functions of the prime minister and parliament.

The current constitution of Kyrgyzstan was adopted in 2010 after the April 7 coup and the subsequent ethnic conflict in the country's south against the backdrop of President Kurmanbek Bakiev's attempts to strengthen his power. In 2016, the Basic Law was amended to increase the Prime Minister's powers and weaken the President's powers at the initiative of President Almazbek Atambayev. The political background of these changes was to keep Atambayev in power after the 2017 presidential election. According to experts, he intended to become prime minister. But something went wrong. Now Almazbek Atambayev charged with organising mass unrest, coup d'etat, murder and much more, is under investigation and being held in a pre-trial detention center. He faces a life sentence.

The full turn to the presidential republic was initiated by MP Kurmankul Zulushev, who explained his initiative by the fact that ready-made forms of government were prescribed in all versions of the Kyrgyz Constitution; citizens voted not for the form of government, but for the Basic Law. "The bill was developed in order to create conditions for the people to determine the government system," the justification statement reads. If the MPs and the president approve the referendum bill, it will enter into force in July 2020. The referendum is scheduled for October 4, 2020. On the same day, the elections to the Jogorku Kenesh - the country's parliament are to be held.

Director General of the Analytical Center 'Strategy East-West' Dmitry Orlov told Vestnik Kavkaza that Kyrgyz citizens, tired of the pseudo-parliamentary lawlessness, are likely to support Zulushev’s initiative: "Investors complain that laws do not work in Kyrgyzstan. No one in the country guarantees the protection of foreign and local businesses. We need rules of the game, an order. But no one knows what's the order in Kyrgyz way. It is important for President Sooronbay Jeenbekov to look like the country's savior, but according to the Constitution he does not have authority. Atambayev did everything possible to increase the powers of the prime minister and parliament and reduce the presidential powers, making this post a representative one."

Kyrgyz expert Adil Turdukulov does not agree with this assessment: "The president in our country, despite the proclaimed parliamentarism, is a key political person. The president appoints judges through the so-called Council of Judges, which is formed with his directly involvement. Decisions of the Constitutional Chamber are also cannot be adopted without the head of state's participation. The President appoints and dismisses ministers and heads of defense, national security committees and agencies, as well as their deputies. Nobody cancels his right to determine foreign policy. All other powers, including the formation of the CEC and the Accounts Chamber, are also in place. We witnessed that the president can directly intervene in the work of the government by the decision of the Security Council. It's not good or bad. The only question is how to use these powers prescribed in the Basic Law."

Turdukulov also told Vestnik Kavkaza that "changing the Constitution, through such a dubious method of 'popular' vote as a referendum, was used by all previous Kyrgyz presidents to strengthen and maintain their own power. Moreover, there are no exclusively 'parliamentary' and 'presidential' systems. "Therefore, the initiative proposed by MP and former judge Zulushev is speculative and populist. Moreover, it cancels out the events of 10 years ago, when the main achievement on April 7, 2010 was the movement towards the parliamentary system."

Public figure, former candidate of all presidential campaigns Toktayim Umetaliyeva considers the constitutional reform issue to be difficult and untimely: "A referendum cannot be held during the state of emergency in the country. Moreover, the current law prohibits amending constitutional laws and holding referendums under emergency conditions. Now when the majority of Kyrgyz people are just trying to survive, many do not have money to buy bread, the MPs decided to hold a rather costly event at the expense of the state budget, which has a huge hole in it. This is not just impractical, it's stupid, MPs, in order to gain dividends, screw over the president."

"In 2010, the constitutional reform and referendum were already held in the country to amend the Constitution during an emergency situation. At the same time, part of the country was excluded from the voting process due to an emergency introduced in the south of the republic after a coup d'etat and inter-ethnic conflict. Only residents of the northern part of the country took part in the voting process, which was held with gross violations," Toktayim Umetaliyeva told Vestnik Kavkaza.

The expert believes that if President Sooronbai Jeenbekov intends to amend the Constitution, then first he needs to check out all documents of the Basic Law, starting from the 2003 amendments. The constitution of Kyrgyzstan was changed quite a lot. But the fact is that the original of the Constitution, according to which the country lives, is lost. Both the Ministry of Justice and the administration of the President of Kyrgyzstan doesn't have the original of the main document. According to some reports, it is held by the developer of the Constitution, leader of the Ata-Meken party Omurbek Tekebaev. He does not give it away for some reason.

The country lives according to the text of the Basic Law published in the Erkin-Too newspaper. But it is suspected that the text published by the newspaper is not real. There have been discussions that it was replaced since the adoption of the last Constitution of Kyrgyzstan in 2010. Like, instead of the law, the republic lives according to the amended document. In 2014, human rights defenders filed a lawsuit with the Constitutional Chamber. They argued that the text of the Constitution published in the Erkin-Too newspaper was significantly different from the real constitution. Though there is no direct evidence to prove this.

Only after the revision of the Basic Law one could think about the form of government in the country. Time has shown that the party system provides gives more grounds for family-clan governance, which is actually tearing the state apart nowadays. Umetiliyeva noted that the proposal to switch to the presidential system was made on the eve of April 7, the 10th anniversary of the coup and interethnic clashes in the south of the republic: "Those riots began after President Kurmanbek Bakiyev attempted to strengthen the presidential power with an emphasis on family governance. Now history repeats itself: there is no one in Kyrgyzstan who doesn't think that the Jeenbekov clan rules the country."

By Victoria Panfilova for Vestnik Kavkaza.

Kyrgyzstan General

06.04.2020

Kyrgyzstan discusses business support legislation

Due to the current situation with the coronavirus pandemic, as well as in connection with numerous appeals of business entities, a draft law was developed on amending certain legislative acts of Kyrgyzstan, which will help entrepreneurs ease the situation with the filing of a single tax return. It is reported...

Due to the current situation with the coronavirus pandemic, as well as in connection with numerous appeals of business entities, a draft law was developed on amending certain legislative acts of Kyrgyzstan, which will help entrepreneurs ease the situation with the filing of a single tax return. It is reported...

06.04.2020

Corona cases in Kyrgyzstan amount to 147

Three new COVID-19 cases were confirmed in the morning of April 5 in Kyrgyzstan. All three cases are in Bishkek, Health Minister Sabirjan Abdikarimov told a briefing today.

The total number of coronavirus infection cases reached 147, including 67 cases in Jalal-Abad region, 47 in Osh region, 20 in Bishkek, 4...

Three new COVID-19 cases were confirmed in the morning of April 5 in Kyrgyzstan. All three cases are in Bishkek, Health Minister Sabirjan Abdikarimov told a briefing today.

The total number of coronavirus infection cases reached 147, including 67 cases in Jalal-Abad region, 47 in Osh region, 20 in Bishkek, 4...

06.04.2020

7 teenagers committed suicide in Kyrgyzstan in 10 days of quarantine

The Interior Ministry of Kyrgyzstan reported about the growing suicide rate among teenagers during the last several days.

Between March 18 and 28, the time when the schools were closed for quarantine over coronavirus pandemic, 7 teenagers committed suicides. Their age varied between 12 and 16 years. Two cases were reported...

The Interior Ministry of Kyrgyzstan reported about the growing suicide rate among teenagers during the last several days.

Between March 18 and 28, the time when the schools were closed for quarantine over coronavirus pandemic, 7 teenagers committed suicides. Their age varied between 12 and 16 years. Two cases were reported...

Finance and Investment

06.04.2020

Fiscalisation of tax procedures in Kyrgyzstan will be extended until July 1

The deadlines for the implementation of a number of projects within the framework of fiscalisation of tax procedures were extended until July 1, 2020. Until July 1, the deadline for the mandatory use of electronic invoices has been extended for VAT payers, importers and exporters of goods. This was reported...

The deadlines for the implementation of a number of projects within the framework of fiscalisation of tax procedures were extended until July 1, 2020. Until July 1, the deadline for the mandatory use of electronic invoices has been extended for VAT payers, importers and exporters of goods. This was reported...

06.04.2020

National Bank of Kyrgyzstan temporarily changes reporting deadlines

In connection with the situation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and in order to maintain stability in the banking and financial systems of the country, the Board of the National Bank made a decision on the deadlines for reporting by commercial banks and non-bank financial and credit organisations to the...

In connection with the situation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and in order to maintain stability in the banking and financial systems of the country, the Board of the National Bank made a decision on the deadlines for reporting by commercial banks and non-bank financial and credit organisations to the...

06.04.2020

State Tax Service of Kyrgyzstan lifts the restriction on re-receipt of series and numbers of invoices

The State Tax Service of Kyrgyzstan lifted the restriction on re-receiving within a month series and numbers of invoices through the taxpayer’s personal account on the STS website without visiting the tax service. This was reported on April 4 by the press service of the department.

This was done in order...

The State Tax Service of Kyrgyzstan lifted the restriction on re-receiving within a month series and numbers of invoices through the taxpayer’s personal account on the STS website without visiting the tax service. This was reported on April 4 by the press service of the department.

This was done in order...

06.04.2020

Asian Development Bank to allocate $ 200,000 to Kyrgyzstan

The Asian Development Bank has approved emergency medical assistance in the amount of $200,000 to help the Kyrgyz Republic purchase medicines and equipment, the ADB Office in the Kyrgyz Republic reports.

The Asian Development Bank will provide additional grants and loans to fill the funding gap, strengthen the country’s health care system and increase its ability...

The Asian Development Bank has approved emergency medical assistance in the amount of $200,000 to help the Kyrgyz Republic purchase medicines and equipment, the ADB Office in the Kyrgyz Republic reports.

The Asian Development Bank will provide additional grants and loans to fill the funding gap, strengthen the country’s health care system and increase its ability...

06.04.2020

Greenback blooms on US employment plunge

The dollar firmed against major currencies for a third straight day on Friday, as investors took shelter in the U.S. currency amid worsening economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.

"As we see poor data coming in from Europe, UK, Italy, if you're trying to be rushing anywhere, it would be U.S....

The dollar firmed against major currencies for a third straight day on Friday, as investors took shelter in the U.S. currency amid worsening economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.

"As we see poor data coming in from Europe, UK, Italy, if you're trying to be rushing anywhere, it would be U.S....

06.04.2020

World’s leading stock markets continue free fall

Global stock markets sank on Friday, as more companies flagged a hit to business from the coronavirus pandemic while oil prices extended their previous day's gains on hopes of a cut to global supply.

With virus-fighting lockdowns raising the risk of a prolonged global downturn, investors continued to seek the safety...

Global stock markets sank on Friday, as more companies flagged a hit to business from the coronavirus pandemic while oil prices extended their previous day's gains on hopes of a cut to global supply.

With virus-fighting lockdowns raising the risk of a prolonged global downturn, investors continued to seek the safety...

Metals and Minerals

06.04.2020

Talas region health workers receive special equipment from Altyn Alliance

The next batch of medical supplies arrived in Talas region as part of humanitarian aid allocated by the shareholders of the Alliance Altyn company for the prevention and control of coronavirus in the region.

The Regional Centre for Family Medicine was given 16 packs of antibacterial powder, 119 packs of bags...

The next batch of medical supplies arrived in Talas region as part of humanitarian aid allocated by the shareholders of the Alliance Altyn company for the prevention and control of coronavirus in the region.

The Regional Centre for Family Medicine was given 16 packs of antibacterial powder, 119 packs of bags...

06.04.2020

Bullion keeps shining on fierce competition with cash

 

Gold prices inched up on Friday, after gloomy U.S. nonfarm payrolls data magnified the economic toll from the coronavirus, although a stronger dollar capped bullion's advance.

Spot gold rose 0.2% to $1,615.62 per ounce by 11:03 am EDT (1503 GMT). The metal has declined nearly 0.2% so far this week. U.S....

 

Gold prices inched up on Friday, after gloomy U.S. nonfarm payrolls data magnified the economic toll from the coronavirus, although a stronger dollar capped bullion's advance.

Spot gold rose 0.2% to $1,615.62 per ounce by 11:03 am EDT (1503 GMT). The metal has declined nearly 0.2% so far this week. U.S....

06.04.2020

Non-ferrous base metal markets ignore post-virus perspectives, prices down on momentary gloom

Copper prices slipped and aluminium carved out a four-year low on Friday on worries about an extended erosion in global demand for metals due to the coronavirus pandemic after dire U.S. employment data.

Traders and fund managers have been concerned about sliding metals demand as industry shuts down in many areas,...

Copper prices slipped and aluminium carved out a four-year low on Friday on worries about an extended erosion in global demand for metals due to the coronavirus pandemic after dire U.S. employment data.

Traders and fund managers have been concerned about sliding metals demand as industry shuts down in many areas,...

Energy Industry

06.04.2020

Electricity consumption in Kyrgyzstan’s energy system in March amounts to 1.4 billion kWh

In March 2020, the electricity consumption in the Kyrgyz energy system amounted to 1 billion 424 million 652 thousand kWh.

In 2019, for the same period, consumption amounted to 1 billion 406 million 435 thousand kWh.

Reported by Tazabek (Kyrgyzstan).

...

In March 2020, the electricity consumption in the Kyrgyz energy system amounted to 1 billion 424 million 652 thousand kWh.

In 2019, for the same period, consumption amounted to 1 billion 406 million 435 thousand kWh.

Reported by Tazabek (Kyrgyzstan).

...
06.04.2020

Severelectro will not charge penalties for non-payment of bills

Severelectro suspends the accrual of interest for late payment from April 1. This was reported by the press service of the company.

Due to the introduction of a state of emergency and an emergency in the republic, as well as limitation of movement throughout the territory of Kyrgyzstan, not all subscribers...

Severelectro suspends the accrual of interest for late payment from April 1. This was reported by the press service of the company.

Due to the introduction of a state of emergency and an emergency in the republic, as well as limitation of movement throughout the territory of Kyrgyzstan, not all subscribers...

Agriculture

06.04.2020

European wheat benchmarks pick up on hopes of demand rise

Euronext wheat edged higher on Friday, steadying after a near two-week low a day earlier in line with a rebound in Chicago, while traders awaited the outcome of a latest import tender by Algeria.

Benchmark May milling wheat futures on Paris-based Euronext settled up 0.25 euro, or 0.1%, at 191.00 euro...

Euronext wheat edged higher on Friday, steadying after a near two-week low a day earlier in line with a rebound in Chicago, while traders awaited the outcome of a latest import tender by Algeria.

Benchmark May milling wheat futures on Paris-based Euronext settled up 0.25 euro, or 0.1%, at 191.00 euro...

06.04.2020

US wheat benchmark prices reverse week-long downward trend

U.S. wheat futures rose on Friday, bouncing after a four-day slide, as traders weighed the threat of a deep economic downturn due to the coronavirus epidemic against supply tensions in some exporting countries.

Corn extended a six-day drop and hit contract lows in several months, though losses were slowed by a...

U.S. wheat futures rose on Friday, bouncing after a four-day slide, as traders weighed the threat of a deep economic downturn due to the coronavirus epidemic against supply tensions in some exporting countries.

Corn extended a six-day drop and hit contract lows in several months, though losses were slowed by a...

Oil and Gas Sector

06.04.2020

Brent surges more than 13% on hopes of output deal

Crude futures surged for a second day on Friday, with both U.S. and Brent contracts posting their largest weekly percentage gains on record due to hopes that a global deal to cut crude supply worldwide will emerge early next week.

On Thursday, oil staged its largest one-day rally in history on...

Crude futures surged for a second day on Friday, with both U.S. and Brent contracts posting their largest weekly percentage gains on record due to hopes that a global deal to cut crude supply worldwide will emerge early next week.

On Thursday, oil staged its largest one-day rally in history on...

06.04.2020

Relentless supplies, high winds, warm weather press North Sea regions natural gas prices down

British prompt wholesale gas prices fell on Friday morning as milder temperatures and sronger wind output curbed demand.

The within-day contract was down 0.50 pence at 16.80 pence per therm by 0809 GMT.

The day-ahead contract fell by 1.75 pence to 15.80 p/therm.

“Higher temperatures forcast for this weekend and next week have...

British prompt wholesale gas prices fell on Friday morning as milder temperatures and sronger wind output curbed demand.

The within-day contract was down 0.50 pence at 16.80 pence per therm by 0809 GMT.

The day-ahead contract fell by 1.75 pence to 15.80 p/therm.

“Higher temperatures forcast for this weekend and next week have...

Communications and Transportation

06.04.2020

Couriers of Kyrgyz postal services deliver essential goods

The Kyrgyz Post Office will provide delivery services for essential goods, as well as distribute pensions and benefits to recipients.

In order to support citizens, couriers will deliver food, medicine, household goods. You can place an online order for delivery through partners.

Delivery cost is from 120 to 200 som. The courier...

The Kyrgyz Post Office will provide delivery services for essential goods, as well as distribute pensions and benefits to recipients.

In order to support citizens, couriers will deliver food, medicine, household goods. You can place an online order for delivery through partners.

Delivery cost is from 120 to 200 som. The courier...

06.04.2020

MegaCom provides a free connection for the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Kyrgyzstan

Due to the multiply increased load on all national services and understanding the severity of the responsibility assigned to them, MegaCom (Alfa Telecom) decided to provide all possible support to the employees of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Kyrgyzstan and provide them with free communication and the Internet.

“MegaCom as...

Due to the multiply increased load on all national services and understanding the severity of the responsibility assigned to them, MegaCom (Alfa Telecom) decided to provide all possible support to the employees of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Kyrgyzstan and provide them with free communication and the Internet.

“MegaCom as...

Regional News

06.04.2020

Hole in Russia’s state budget due to oil crisis set to reach $726m

Russia’s Finance Ministry expects the federal budget’s shortfall in oil and gas to amount to 55.8 billion rubles ($726 million) due to the drop in oil prices, a statement on the ministry’s website said.

According to the ministry, in March the gap between the actually received oil and gas revenues...

Russia’s Finance Ministry expects the federal budget’s shortfall in oil and gas to amount to 55.8 billion rubles ($726 million) due to the drop in oil prices, a statement on the ministry’s website said.

According to the ministry, in March the gap between the actually received oil and gas revenues and the expected...

06.04.2020

Manufacturing sector in Russia continues contraction in March

Manufacturing activity in Russia in March decreased at its sharpest pace since November as the coronavirus outbreak and falling client demand affected production IHS Markit’s Markit Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) showed on Wednesday.

This marks the 11th straight monthly decline in the sector. The index measuring factory activity fell to...

Manufacturing activity in Russia in March decreased at its sharpest pace since November as the coronavirus outbreak and falling client demand affected production IHS Markit’s Markit Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) showed on Wednesday.

This marks the 11th straight monthly decline in the sector. The index measuring factory activity fell to 47.5 in March...

06.04.2020

Russian government approved imposition of the quotas for grain exports

The Government of the Russian Federation approved imposition of the quotas for the exports of grain crops from the country at the level of 7 mln tonnes since April 1, 2020. The decree #385 dd. March 31, 2020, fixed the government decision. On April 2, the authorities published the decree...

The Government of the Russian Federation approved imposition of the quotas for the exports of grain crops from the country at the level of 7 mln tonnes since April 1, 2020. The decree #385 dd. March 31, 2020, fixed the government decision. On April 2, the authorities published the decree...

06.04.2020

Russian currency, stocks strengthen with end of oil “price war” on the horizon

 The Russian rouble firmed slightly on Friday, finishing a volatile week higher thanks to a surge in oil prices on hopes of a new global deal to cut global crude supply.

At 1518 GMT, the rouble was up 0.4% against the dollar at 77.01 and had gained 0.9% to trade at...

 The Russian rouble firmed slightly on Friday, finishing a volatile week higher thanks to a surge in oil prices on hopes of a new global deal to cut global crude supply.

At 1518 GMT, the rouble was up 0.4% against the dollar at 77.01 and had gained 0.9% to trade at...

06.04.2020

Chinese shares close lower Friday

Chinese stocks closed lower Friday as market sentiment remained cautious over the global spread of the novel coronavirus.

The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index went down 0.6 percent to end at 2,763.99 points, and the Shenzhen Component Index closed 0.68 percent lower at 10,110.11 points.

Combined turnover of stocks covered by the two...

Chinese stocks closed lower Friday as market sentiment remained cautious over the global spread of the novel coronavirus.

The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index went down 0.6 percent to end at 2,763.99 points, and the Shenzhen Component Index closed 0.68 percent lower at 10,110.11 points.

Combined turnover of stocks covered by the two...

06.04.2020

Foreign retailers confident of Chinese market despite COVID-19

Despite the economic fallout from the COVID-19 epidemic, several foreign retail giants are beefing up their presence in the Chinese market to cash in on the rising purchasing power of Chinese consumers.

Among foreign investment deals worth a total of 16 billion U.S. dollars inked in Shanghai earlier this week are...

Despite the economic fallout from the COVID-19 epidemic, several foreign retail giants are beefing up their presence in the Chinese market to cash in on the rising purchasing power of Chinese consumers.

Among foreign investment deals worth a total of 16 billion U.S. dollars inked in Shanghai earlier this week are...

Prices and Statistics

06.04.2020

Commodities

Date: April 06, 2020; Source: Bloomberg.com Energy
INDEX UNITS PRICE CHANGE %CHANGE CONTRACT TIME (EDT)
CL1:COMWTI Crude Oil (Nymex) USD/bbl. 27.34 -1.00 -3.53% May 2020 1:08 AM
CO1:COMBrent Crude (ICE) USD/bbl. 33.46 -0.65 -1.91% Jun 2020 1:07 AM
XB1:COMRBOB Gasoline (Nymex) USd/gal. 68.35 -0.81 -1.17% May 2020 1:06 AM
NG1:COMNatural Gas (Nymex) USD/MMBtu 1.64 +0.02 +1.42% May 2020 1:08 AM
HO1:COMHeating Oil (Nymex) USd/gal. 106.81 -0.25 -0.23% May 2020 1:05 AM
Precious and Industrial Metals
INDEX UNITS PRICE CHANGE %CHANGE CONTRACT TIME (EDT)
GC1:COMGold (Comex) USD/t oz. 1,640.40 -5.30 -0.32% Jun 2020 1:08 AM
XAUUSD:CURGold Spot USD/t oz. 1,617.48 -3.33 -0.21% N/A 1:18 AM
SI1:COMSilver (Comex) USD/t oz. 14.51 +0.02 +0.11% May 2020 1:08 AM
HG1:COMCopper (Comex) USd/lb. 221.25 +2.00 +0.91% May 2020 1:08 AM
XPTUSD:CURPlatinum Spot USD/t oz. 728.25 +3.12 +0.43% N/A 1:18 AM
Agriculture
INDEX UNITS PRICE CHANGE %CHANGE CONTRACT TIME (EDT)
C 1:COMCorn (CBOT) USd/bu. 330.50 -0.25 -0.08% May 2020 1:07 AM
W 1:COMWheat (CBOT) USd/bu. 557.00 +7.75 +1.41% May 2020 1:08 AM
CC1:COMCocoa (ICE) USD/MT 2,260.00 -18.00 -0.79% Jul 2020 4/3/2020
CT1:COMCotton #2 (ICE) USd/lb. 50.61 -0.37 -0.73% May 2020 1:08 AM
LC1:COMLive Cattle (CME) USd/lb. 80.85 -2.22 -2.68% Jun 2020 4/3/2020

Date: April 06, 2020; Source: Bloomberg.com

Energy

INDEX UNITS PRICE CHANGE %CHANGE CONTRACT TIME (EDT)
CL1:COMWTI Crude Oil (Nymex) USD/bbl. 27.34 -1.00 -3.53% May 2020 1:08 AM
CO1:COMBrent Crude (ICE) USD/bbl. 33.46 -0.65 -1.91% Jun 2020 1:07 AM
XB1:COMRBOB Gasoline (Nymex) USd/gal. 68.35 -0.81 -1.17% May 2020 1:06 AM
NG1:COMNatural Gas (Nymex) USD/MMBtu 1.64 +0.02 +1.42% May 2020 1:08 AM
HO1:COMHeating Oil (Nymex) USd/gal. 106.81 -0.25 -0.23% May 2020 1:05 AM

Precious and Industrial Metals

INDEX UNITS PRICE CHANGE %CHANGE CONTRACT TIME (EDT)
GC1:COMGold (Comex) USD/t oz. 1,640.40 -5.30 -0.32% Jun 2020 1:08 AM
XAUUSD:CURGold Spot USD/t oz. 1,617.48 -3.33 -0.21% N/A 1:18 AM
SI1:COMSilver (Comex) USD/t oz. 14.51 +0.02 +0.11% May 2020 1:08 AM
HG1:COMCopper (Comex) USd/lb. 221.25 +2.00 +0.91% May 2020 1:08 AM
XPTUSD:CURPlatinum Spot USD/t oz. 728.25 +3.12 +0.43% N/A 1:18 AM

Agriculture

INDEX UNITS PRICE CHANGE %CHANGE CONTRACT TIME (EDT)
C 1:COMCorn (CBOT) USd/bu. 330.50 -0.25 -0.08% May 2020 1:07 AM
W 1:COMWheat (CBOT) USd/bu. 557.00 +7.75 +1.41% May 2020 1:08 AM
CC1:COMCocoa (ICE) USD/MT 2,260.00 -18.00 -0.79% Jul 2020 4/3/2020
CT1:COMCotton #2 (ICE) USd/lb. 50.61 -0.37 -0.73% May 2020 1:08 AM
LC1:COMLive Cattle (CME) USd/lb. 80.85 -2.22 -2.68% Jun 2020 4/3/2020

06.04.2020

Exchange Rates

Date: April 06, 2020; Source: the National Bank of Kyrgyzstan
1 US DOLLAR USD / KGS 84.8713
1 EURO EUR / KGS 91.6483
1 RUSSIAN ROUBLE RUB / KGS 1.0978
1 KAZAKHSTAN TENGE KZT / KGS 0.1914

Date: April 06, 2020; Source: the National Bank of Kyrgyzstan

1 US DOLLAR

USD / KGS

84.8713

1 EURO

EUR / KGS

91.6483

1 RUSSIAN ROUBLE

RUB / KGS

1.0978

1 KAZAKHSTAN TENGE

KZT / KGS

0.1914