Rapid Growth of Tolar Loans In May

Ljubljana, 5 July - ECONOMY/MIRROR
May again saw a rapid growth of tolar loans, mostly to the population, the growth of short-term and long-term loans being the same (3.5 per cent). The loan growth to economy was lower but still strong, the average growth of long-term loans being 3.2 per cent and of short-term ones 2.4 per cent. A weak growth of short-term loans shows the May liquidity slightly improved. With respect to the May interest rate on the inter-bank financial market, the banks' liquidity was weaker. Owing to payments of allotment warrants with purchase, however, at the beginning of June the bank liquidity improved again and with it also a wide rage of liquidity loans in the inter-bank money market, writes the Office for Macroeconomic Analyzes and Development's monthly Economy Mirror.

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