Croatian bank assets drop 0.2% y/y at end-October.

By bne IntelliNews December 4, 2012
The total assets of the Croatian banks dropped 0.2% on the year to HRK 403.4bn (EUR 53.5bn) at end-October after increasing by an annual 0.1% at end-September, the central bank said in a statement. On a monthly basis, the assets of the Croatian banks declined by 0.3% after going down 0.4% in the previous month. According to IntelliNews calculations, the banks end-October assets were equal to 113% of the projected 2012 gross domestic product versus 115.8% a year earlier.
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