To accumulate sustainable capital, credit unions must significantly improve their operating results

To accumulate sustainable capital, credit unions must significantly improve their operating results
August 26, 2016 In Q2 2016, compared to Q1, the credit union loan portfolio increased by almost a tenth. The growth of the loan portfolio was driven by consistently increasing crediting of natural persons. Nine credit unions were the most active, granting loans designated for  consumption, housing, agriculture...

Head of Europe’s Banking Supervision to discuss new challenges for the banking system with Bank of Lithuania representatives in Vilnius

Head of Europe’s Banking Supervision to discuss new challenges for the banking system with Bank of Lithuania representatives in Vilnius
August 22, 2016 Starting a two-day visit in Lithuania today, Danièle Nouy, Chair of the Supervisory Board of the European Central Bank (ECB), will visit the Bank of Lithuania to discuss cooperation between the ECB and the Bank of Lithuania in carrying out banking supervision...

Balance of Payments of the Republic of Lithuania, June 2016

Balance of Payments of the Republic of Lithuania, June 2016
August 12, 2016 The surplus balances of services and secondary income offset the deficit balances of foreign trade and primary income, which led to the build-up of a EUR 9.9 million current account balance surplus in the country’s balance of payments in June 2016.
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INTEREST RATES | effective from 16/03/2016
Marginal lending facility0.25
Main refinancing operations0.00
Deposit facility-0.40
  
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USD1.1290.0000
GBP0.8545-0.1402
CHF1.09330.2568
NOK9.2501-0.2910
PLN4.32440.2806
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