Bosnias bank lending expands by 1.8% in November.

By bne IntelliNews January 12, 2011
The combined value of loans extended by commercial banks in Bosnia increased by 1.8% y/y to KM 14.37bn (EUR 7.35bn) at end-November, more than twice the growth registered a month earlier, the central bank said. The household sector, accounting for 43.7% of all extended credits, decreased its indebtedness by 1.3% y/y, down from a 2.1% y/y fall in October. Loans extended to private enterprises rose by 2.8% y/y, after increasing by 1.8% in the previous month. The sector increased further its share in the overall provided loans to 47.5% from 47.1% a year earlier. The governments at all levels (central, entity and local) reported a 37.2% y/y hike of incurred loans in the month against the 38.8% y/y hike at end-October. It should be noted that the government has a relatively low share in the overall credit portfolio of the lenders 3.2% at end-November.

Bosnias bank lending expands by 1.8% in November.

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