Total deposits increased 1.4% in June.

By bne IntelliNews August 14, 2012
Hong Kong's total deposits increased 1.4% in June this year, with a 0.3% growth in the HKD deposits, and a 2.4% increase in foreign-currency deposits. As reported by, the Monetary Authority stated that the total renminbi remittance for cross-border trade settlement registered RMB 241.4bn during the period, as compared to RMB 223.4bn posted in May. The country's total loans and advances grew 1.1% during the period.

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