Tuesday August 4, 2020

Loans to households decline 4.4% in June

Loans to Irish households declined by 4.4 per cent in the year ending June 2013, following a decrease of 4.5 per cent in May, according to the latest money and banking statistics from the Central Bank.

31st July, 2013
Credit institutions’ borrowings from the Central Bank as part of Eurosystem monetary policy operations fell by €790 million in June 2013.

Loans to Irish households declined by 4.4 per cent in the year ending June 2013, following a decrease of 4.5 per cent in May, according to the latest money and banking statistics from the Central Bank.

During June there was an increase of €93 million in consumption related loans, the bank said. Loans for house purchase and non-housing, non-consumption related loans also increased over the month by €44 million and €18 million, respectively.

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