The loan volume of the banking sector was 7.3 trillion TL

0
10


The loan volume of the banking sector increased by 62.4 billion liras to 7.3 trillion liras last week. As of December 9, the amount of consumer loans increased by 11.4 billion liras to 1.4 trillion liras.

A weekly bulletin was published by the Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency (BDDK).

The credit volume of the sector increased by 62 billion 479 million liras as of December 9th. In the said period, the total loan volume increased from 7 trillion 281 billion 143 million liras to 7 trillion 343 billion 622 million liras.

Total deposits (including interbank) in the banking sector increased by 53 billion 946 million liras last week. The total deposits of the banking sector, which increased by 0.6 percent in the week in question, became 8 trillion 632 billion 880 million liras.

AMOUNT OF CONSUMER CREDITS INCREASED TO 1.4 TRILLION LIRA According to the data, the amount of consumer loans increased by 11 billion 451 million liras as of December 9 to 1 trillion 41 billion 394 million liras.

357 billion 388 million lira of the said loans consisted of housing loans, 42 billion 826 million liras for vehicles and 641 billion 180 million liras for consumer loans. In the said period, the amount of installment commercial loans increased by 14 billion 782 million liras and reached 940 billion 95 million liras. Banks’ personal credit card receivables increased by 0.4 percent to 405 billion 90 million liras. 195 billion 317 million liras of personal credit card receivables were in installments, and 209 billion 772 million liras were without installments. LEGAL EQUITY REDUCED

According to the BRSA weekly data, non-performing loans in the banking sector decreased by 222 million liras compared to the previous week as of December 9 and decreased to 161 billion 446 million liras. A special provision has been set aside for 138 billion 153 million TL of the aforementioned non-performing loans. In the same period, legal equities of the banking system decreased by 49 million liras and became 1 trillion 588 billion 53 million liras.



You can read more in Turkish at NTV Economy