The Banking Regulatory and Supervision Agency (BDDK) has published its weekly bulletin.
The volume of credit in the sector increased by 21 billion and 668 million lire kakım of 4 November. In that period, the total volume of loans went from 7 trillion 17 billion 723 million lire to 7 trillion 39 billion 391 million lire.
Last week, total deposits in the banking sector (including the interbank sector) decreased by 6 billion and 696 million lire. Total deposits in the banking sector, which decreased by 0.1 per cent in the week in question, became 8 trillion 423 billion 417 million lire.
THE AMOUNT OF CONSUMER CREDITS IS CLOSE TO 994 BILLION LIT
According to the veri, the amount of consumer loans increased by 6 billion and 291 million lire from 4 November to 994 billion and 34 million lire.
Lire 355 billion 422 million of these loans consisted of home loans, Lire 35 billion 722 million from vehicles and Lire 602 billion 889 million from consumer loans.
In the aforementioned period the amount of installment commercial loans increased by 4 billion 407 million lire and reached 900 billion 830 million lire. Loans to personal credit cards of banks increased by 0.8 per cent and reached 366 billion and 775 million lire.
169 billion 678 million lire of receivables from personal credit cards were in installments and 197 billion 97 million lire were without installments.
INCREASED LEGAL ASSETS
According to the weekly BRSA veri, non-performing loans in the banking sector decreased by 381 million lire compared to the week before November 4 and fell to 160 billion and 147 million lire.
A special fund was set up for TL 134 billion 674 million of impaired loans.
In the same period, the legal actions of the banking system increased by 310 million lire and reached 1 trillion 502 billion 891 million lire.