Bank loans reached USD 406.50bn in October.

By bne IntelliNews December 2, 2011
Singapore's bank loans reached USD 406.50bn in October this year, as compared to USD 405.44bn posted in September. As reported by Dow Jones International News, the amount of lending that went to housing or bridges reached SGD 128.09bn, while that to professionals and private Individuals reached SGD 3.63bn during the period. The amount that went to building or construction reached SGD 63.40bn, while that to the manufacturing sector reached SGD 17.68bn during the period.

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