• 8 August 2017 - 11:22
  • News Code: 73288
بانک مرکزی

Iran’s total volume of liquidity in May 2017 reached 1,289 billion tomans, marking a 24.1 percent growth compared to the same period in 2016.

According to a Central Bank report, the amount of foreign assets held by the national banking network in the period in question was 5782.7 trillion rials, that’s 1.5 percent greater than the figure in 2016.  The report, however, points out that the state sector debt witnessed a 22.8 rise, topping 2308.6 trillion rials.

On the Central Bank’s assets and debts, the report says the figure reached 3385.4 trillion rials, while the state sector’s debts to the same bank stayed around 642 trillion rials.

The statistics for trade banks in the same period was 358.3 trillion rials, indicating a 1.8 percent growth compared to last year. Those banks, according to the report, deposited 262.4 trillion rials at the Central Bank, that is an increase of 38 percent.

Figures have also been released for specialized banks, the value of whose May 2017 foreign assets stood at 576.4 trillion rials, witnessing a growth of 11.9 percent compared to 2016.



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