The annual growth rate stood at -4,6% as compared with -5,7% in June 2014. The outstanding amount of deposits reached €46,6 billion in July 2014.
Total loans in July 2014 exhibited a net decrease of €435,0 million, as compared with a net increase of €438,7 million in June 2014. The annual growth rate stood at -7,3% as compared with -8,4% in June 2014. The outstanding amount of loans reached €61,1 billion in July 2014.
According to the data from CBC, deposits of domestic residents, fell in July 2014 by €195 million, to €32,23 billion compared with the previous month, while deposits of third countries residents increased by €247 million, to €11,139 billion.
Deposits of euro area residents decreased by €12 million, to €2,103 billion.
Household deposits recorded a reduction of €39 million to €27,162 billion. Deposits of non-financial corporations decreased by €5 to €11,463 billion.
Loans of domestic residents fell in July 2014 by €64 million to €49,541, compared with the previous month.
Loans to euro area residents fell by €163 million to € 4,059 billion, while loans to residents of third countries fell by €144 million, reaching €7.475 billion.
Furthermore, loans to households decreased in July 2014 by €113 million, to €24,653 billion. Consumer loans decreased by €22 million, to €3,029 billion, while housing loans decreased by €64 million to €13,697 billion.
Other lending decreased by €28 million, to €7,926 billion. Loans to non-financial corporations fell in July 2014 by €179 million, to €27,867 billion.
Source: Financial Mirror