Croatias bank deposits up by 6.1% y/y at end-April.

By bne IntelliNews June 3, 2011
Croatia's banks have attracted HRK 268.8bn (EUR 36.6bn) in deposits as at end-April, which is a 6.1% y/y rise, the central bank (HNB) reported. In March, the deposits increased at the same rate. Fixed-term deposits surged by 6.7% y/y to HRK 205.2bn (from a 6.6% y/y rise in the previous month), while savings deposits climbed by 4.1% y/y to HRK 25.2bn (from a 5.6% y/y increase in the previous month). The total deposits, attracted by commercial banks, accounted for 77% of the projected full-year GDP in our calculations, as compared to 75.6% of GDP a year earlier. In m/m terms, the attracted deposits dropped by 0.1% in April against 1.1% a month ago.

Croatias bank deposits up by 6.1% y/y at end-April.

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