published: 31.12.2013, 10:13 | updated: 31.12.2013 10:23:28
Prague - Czech household debts to banks and financial institutions in November grew by Kc7.8bn to Kc1,210bn against October, and their annual growth reached Kc52.6bn, the Czech National Bank (CNB) said today.
Debts of companies posted a rise of Kc25.4bn to more than Kc1,000bn against the previous month. Year-on-year they rose by nearly Kc39bn.
One-day deposits of households at banks and financial institutions increased by Kc2.2bn month-on-month and by Kc78.9bn year-on-year to Kc1,210bn.
Households' deposits redeemable at notice, including time deposits, totalled Kc332.39bn, a fall of Kc643m against October but a rise of about Kc3bn against November 2012.
The central bank makes public the statistics part of its monthly monetary survey, based on balances from monetary financial institutions which include the central bank, commercial banks and branches of foreign banks in the Czech Republic, money-market funds and credit unions.
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