Broad Money Stands at 41.5 Bln Leva In January

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Broad Money Stands at 41.5 Bln Leva In January

In January 2008, broad money (monetary aggregate M3) reached 41.585 billion leva (21.26 bln euros), which is 30.9% up y/y and 31.2% in December, the Bulgarian National Bank announced.

Monetary aggregate M1 came to 19.882 billion leva (10.134 bln euros), which is a 24.6% hike y/y and 28.9% compared with the previous month.

Deposits with agreed maturity of up to 2 years rose 39.4% y/y and 35.3% in December, while deposits redeemable at notice up to 3 months grew 27.1% y/y and 26% in December.

At the end of January 2008, claims on the non-government sector reached 38.414 billion leva (19.64 bln euros), which is 61.8% up compared with 2007. Loans to non-financial corporations rose 69.9% compared with the previous year and 71.5% compared with the previous month. Loans to households and NPISHs (Non-Profit Institutions Serving Households) rose 52.6% on an annual basis.

Net foreign assets rose 20.5% y/y to 18.385 billion leva (9.400 bln euros). Foreign liabilities rose 76.9%.

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