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Banks' Credits To Economy Down 0.7% To UAH 1,000.3 Billion In January

Banks' Credits To Economy Down 0.7% To UAH 1,000.3 Billion In January

National Bank of Ukraine, banks' credits to economy

According to the latest data of the National Bank of Ukraine, in January, total credits commercial banks granted to the corporate sector and private persons decreased by 0.7% to UAH 1,000.321 billion.

The National Bank announced this in a statement, Ukrainian News Agency reports.

In 2022, banks' credits to the economy decreased by 3.5% from UAH 1,044.049 billion.

In January, hryvnia credits of banks to legal entities decreased by 1% to UAH 514.829 billion.

Foreign currency credits of banks to businesses decreased by 0.6% to UAH 251.251 billion.

In January, credits of banks to the population remained at the level of UAH 210 billion.

Interest rates on hryvnia-denominated loans for businesses in January decreased by 0.6 p.p. to 19.5%, and for the population, they increased by 0.6 p.p. to 35.7%.

The interest rates for businesses on foreign currency-denominated loans made 5.9% (-0.7 p.p.).

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, in 2021, total credits commercial banks granted to the corporate sector and private persons increased by 10% from UAH 948.386 billion to UAH 1,043.694 billion.

In 2020, the volume of loans to the economy fell by 2.3% from UAH 971.871 billion.

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