Bosnias interest rate on short-term corporate loans falls in August 2012.

By bne IntelliNews October 9, 2012
Average monthly lending interest rates on short-term loans for businesses in local Bosnian marka fell 0.58pps y/y to 6.83% in August, while rates on long- term corporate loans in BAM went up 0.45pps y/y to 7.67%, central bank data showed. Interest rates on BAM short-term household loans went up 0.56pps y/y to 10.07%. Rates on BAM long-term loans for households dropped 0.7pps to 8.02% y/y in August. Interest rates on new EUR indexed short- and long-term loans registered an annual decrease in both corporate and household segments in August. Rates on short-term EUR indexed corporate loans went down 0.58pps to 7.06% while rates for EUR indexed long-term loans decreased 0.59pps on the year to 7.07%. Interest rate on EUR indexed short-term loans extended to households dropped by 0.88pps y/y to 8.91%. Rates on long-term EUR indexed household loans fell 0.4pps on the year to 8.28% in August.

Bosnias interest rate on short-term corporate loans falls in August 2012.

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