According to BRSA data, the credit volume of the banking sector declined to 2 trillion 481 billion 663 million Lira as of August 9. Total deposits of the banking sector reached 2 trillion 277 billion 238 million pounds.
The loan volume of the banking sector decreased by 9 billion 283 million pounds last week to 2 trillion 481 billion 663 million pounds.
According to a weekly newsletter released by the banking regulation and Supervision Agency (BRSA), the sector’s credit volume fell by 9 billion to 283 million pounds in the week ending August 9. In the period in question, the total loan volume decreased from 2 trillion 490 billion 946 million pounds to 2 trillion 481 billion 663 million pounds.
Total deposits in the banking sector (including interbank) increased by 14 billion to 109 million Lira last week. Total banking sector deposits, which increased by 0.6 percent in the week in question, were 2 trillion 277 billion 238 million Lira.
– Consumer loans are down.
According to the data, the number of consumer loans decreased by 669 million Lira in the week ending August 9 to 401 billion 570 million pounds. The loans in question consisted of 178 billion 729 million Lira of Housing, 5 billion 942 million Lira of vehicles, and 216 billion 898 million Lira of need loans.
In the period in question, the amount of installment commercial loans decreased by 2 billion 91 million Lira and decreased to 378 billion 988 million Lira.
Banks ‘ personal credit card receivables also fell 0.9 percent to 112 billion 138 million Lira. 49 billion of personal credit card receivables was in installments of 177 million Lira, 62 billion was in installments of 960 million Lira.
– Legal equity has declined.
According to BRSA weekly data, non-performing receivables in the banking sector increased by 0.07 percent to 119 billion 794 million Lira as of August 9 compared to the previous week.
The special provision for 81 billion 214 million Lira of the receivables in question were allocated. During the same period, the legal resources of the banking system decreased by 277 million Lira to 578 billion 702 million Lira.