Deposits of Lithuanian residents with credit institutions decreased

Deposits of Lithuanian residents with credit institutions decreased

July 25, 2019

Balance Sheet of Monetary Financial Institutions, June 2019

Today, the Bank of Lithuania published the MFI balance sheet for June 2019, which shows that deposits of Lithuanian residents with credit institutions reduced by €49.7 million over the month. Non-financial corporation and financial sector deposits contracted by €153.7 million and €101.7 million respectively, while household and general government deposits increased by €189.1 million and €16.5 million respectively. Overnight deposits of Lithuania’s non-financial corporations with credit institutions decreased by €183.0 million, while those of households increased by €180.1 million over the month. Loans granted by credit institutions to Lithuanian residents increased by €28.4 million over the month. Loans to Lithuanian households and the financial sector grew by €54.1 million and €8.4 million respectively, while loans to non-financial corporations and general government contracted by €27.6 million and €6.5 million respectively. Loans granted by credit institutions to Lithuanian households for house purchase, consumption and other purposes increased by €45.9 million, €0.5 million and €7.7 million respectively.

More information on the balance sheet of MFIs for June 2019 is available in the statistical release (105.1 KB ) of the Bank of Lithuania. Comprehensive MFI balance sheet data are also published on the Bank of Lithuania’s website.

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