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Household credit continues to fall

Irish household credit continues to decline, latest statistics from the Central Bank show.

27th August, 2013
Central Bank

Irish household credit continues to decline, latest statistics from the Central Bank show.

There was a 3.9 per cent annual drop in total credit supplied by resident credit institutions to households to €99.5 billion at the end of June.

The total amount of loans outstanding to private households, including loans that have been securitised and continue to be serviced by resident credit institutions, stood at €140.4 billion.

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