The total foreign currency assets of the banking sector in Turkey increased by 5.3 percent compared to the end of 2019 Author iDealData


CBRT: Total foreign currency assets of the banking sector in Turkey increased by 5.3 percent compared to the end of 2019

The total foreign currency assets of the banking sector in Turkey increased by 5.3 percent compared to the end of 2019.

Details of the CBRT report are as follows:

The total foreign currency assets of the banking sector in Turkey reached USD 316.2 billion with an increase of 5.3 percent compared to the end of 2019, and foreign currency receivables from the non-bank sector increased by 7.9 percent to USD 195.9 billion.

The total foreign currency liabilities of the banking sector in Turkey increased by 3.2 percent compared to the end of 2019, reaching USD 346.3 billion, while foreign currency liabilities to the non-bank sector increased by 6.5 percent to USD 262.1 billion.

BIS – Consolidated Banking Statistics

The total cross-border receivables of banks in Turkey, compared to the first borrower, decreased by 27.5 percent to 27.3 billion USD, and their receivables from banks decreased by 33.2 percent to USD 18.4 billion.

The total foreign receivables of domestic banks in Turkey, according to the final borrower, decreased by 28.3 percent compared to the end of 2019, and amounted to USD 18.6 billion, while their receivables from banks decreased by 36.7 percent to USD 10.0 billion.

-iDeal News Center-

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