Bank of Lithuania
2020-01-29
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Balance Sheet of Monetary Financial Institutions, December 2019

Today the Bank of Lithuania published the MFI balance sheet for December 2019, which shows that:

loans granted by credit institutions to Lithuanian residents decreased by1 131.2 million over the month, to €20.3 billion. Loans to Lithuanian non-financial corporations dropped by €178.5 million, while loans to households2, the general government and financial sector3 grew by €32.6 million, €8.3 million and €6.3 million respectively. At the end of the month, loans to these sectors amounted to €8.5 billion, €10.3 billion, €368.8 million and €1.2 billion respectively (see Chart 1);

loans for house purchase granted by credit institutions to Lithuanian households increased by €65.8 million, while loans for consumption and other purposes decreased by €11.1 million and €22.0 million respectively – to €8.4 billion, €719.1 million and €1.2 billion respectively (see Chart 2);

Deposits of Lithuanian residents with credit institutions rose by €942.6 million over the month – to €25.0 billion. Household, non-financial corporation, general government, and financial sector deposits increased by €670.4 million, €141.8 million, €72.9 million and €57.4 million respectively. At the end of the month, deposits from these sectors amounted to €15.4 billion, €6.6 billion, €2.4 million and €607.4 million respectively (see Chart 3);

Overnight deposits from Lithuanian households and non-financial corporations with credit institutions grew by €664.3 million and €151.0 million respectively over the month, to €11.4 billion and €6.2 billion.

Chart 1. Loans granted by other MFIs to Lithuanian residents, excluding MFIs
(outstanding amounts, end-of-period)
 
Chart 2. Loans granted by other MFIs to Lithuanian households
(outstanding amounts, end-of-period)
 
Chart 3. Deposits of Lithuanian residents, excluding MFIs, with other MFIs
(outstanding amounts, end-of-period)

Detailed data on MFI assets and liabilities is available on the Bank of Lithuania website under MFI balance sheet and monetary statistics.


1 Unless otherwise specified, monthly changes in euro are presented as transactions, i.e. they are calculated by taking the difference between end-of-month outstanding amounts and then removing the effects of revaluation adjustments, exchange rate adjustments, loan write-offs and reclassifications.

2 The household sector consists of households and non-profit institutions serving households.

3 The financial sector consists of Lithuania’s investment funds and other financial intermediaries, as well as insurance undertakings and pension funds.

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