The total deposits of the banking sector decreased by 26.9 billion liras in the week of September 3 to 4 trillion 30 billion liras.
Weekly Money and Bank Statistics have been published by the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey (CBRT). Accordingly, total deposits in the banking sector (including between banks) decreased by 26 billion 893 million 977 thousand liras in the week ending September 3 to 4 trillion 29 billion 996 million 324 thousand liras.
In this period, TL deposits in banks decreased by 0.62 percent to 1 trillion 757 billion 202 million 857 thousand liras, and foreign currency (FX) deposits decreased by 0.34 percent to 2 trillion 131 billion 290 million 614 thousand liras.
While the total FX deposits in banks were 266 billion 355 million dollars last week, 238 billion 119 million dollars of this amount was collected in the accounts of residents.
Looking at the change in the total FX deposits of domestic residents, an increase of 1 billion 38 million dollars was observed as of September 3, adjusted for the parity effect.
AMOUNT OF INSTALLMENT COMMERCIAL LOANS INCREASED
In the one-week period, consumer loans in deposit banks increased by 0.33 percent to 688 billion 606 million 463 thousand liras. In the same period, commercial loans with installments increased by 0.10 percent to 556 billion 586 million 259 thousand liras, and the balance of credit cards increased by 1.40 percent to 256 billion 109 million 948 thousand liras.
256 billion 287 million 654 thousand lira of consumer loans in deposit banks consisted of housing, 9 billion 757 million 825 thousand liras for vehicles and 422 billion 560 million 984 thousand liras for other loans.
The total loan volume of the banking sector, including the CBRT, decreased by 2 billion 65 million 602 thousand liras in the week ending September 3 and decreased to 3 trillion 781 billion 797 million 932 thousand liras. Total loan volume increased by 12.08 percent compared to the same period of the previous year.
Source: bigpara- GÜNDEM by bigpara.hurriyet.com.tr.
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