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articles | 29 November 2019

Cypriot bank deposits and loans dip in October 2019

Total deposits and loans in the Cypriot banking system decreased in October 2019, according to Central Bank of Cyprus data.

Total loans in October 2019 decreased by €75 million, compared with a net increase of €27.6 million in September.

However, the annual growth rate increased to 1.3%, compared with -1.2% in September 2019.

This was because the decrease of loans was much lower than the respective decrease in October last year, which reached €1.1 billion.

The outstanding amount of total loans reached €34.1 billion in October.

Total deposits in October recorded a net decrease of €158.3 million, compared with a net increase of €304.1 million in September.

The annual growth rate was slower at 1.8%, compared with 2.7% in September 2019.

The outstanding amount of deposits reached €48.6 billion in October.

Source: Financial Mirror

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