Broad Money Reaches BGN 42.062 Bln By December 2007

Broad Money Reaches BGN 42.062 Bln By December 2007

In December 2007, broad money (monetary aggregate M3) reached BGN 42.062 billion, which is 31.2% up y/y, compared to 30.5% in November, according to data released by the Bulgarian National Bank (BNB).

Monetary aggregate M1 rose to BGN 20.727 billion, its annual growth rate being 28.9% compared to 27.2% in November.

Deposits with agreed maturity of up to 2 years rose at annual of 35.3%, compared to 35.4% in November, while deposits redeemable at notice up to 3 months increased at an average of 26% y/y, compared to 28% for the preceding month.

At the end of December 2007, claims on the non-government sector reached BGN 37.783 billion rising 62.5% y/y, compared to 61.3% in November.

Loans to non-financial corporations rose 71.5% y/y, compared to 68.7% for the previous month. The change in loans to households and NPISHs (Non-Profit Institutions Serving Households) amounted to 52.2% on an annual basis, compared to 52% in November.

Net foreign assets amounted to BGN 19.130 billion, which is 2.7% above December 2006.

Foreign assets in December rose 21.4% y/y, compared to a 20.1% hike in November, while foreign liabilities added 70.3% against December 2006.

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