Unfortunately, the amount of non-performing loans of the banking sector continues to move towards dangerous levels. February 2020 figures of bad loans announced by the Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency (BRSA) are in our news …
According to the figures announced, the amount of non-performing loans of the banks, which were followed closely due to their high risk, continued to increase with the discourse among the public and the amount of bad loans.
SUB-CREDIT AMOUNT HAS Approved 152 BILLION LIRA!
As of January 31, 2020, NPLs of banks increased by 0.7 percent compared to the previous week and reached the level of 151 billion 946 million liras and reached the limit of 152 billion.
Especially, while the increase in housing loan packages attracted attention, it has once again demonstrated that the problems arise in the types of loans that banks trust most.
INCREASE ATTENTION IN CONSUMER LOANS
Consumer loan figures also increased by 4 billion 573 million pounds in the week ended January 31. After the increase, the consumer loan amount of banks reached 480 billion 560 million liras.
THE EXPLOSION OF HOUSING CREDITS EXPERIENCED!
According to the announced figures, 202 billion 737 million liras from the total loan amount used, while housing loan demand consisted of 979 million lira vehicle and 270 billion 845 million lira consumer loans.
BANKING SECTOR’S CREDIT VOLUME IS INCREASING!
In the past week, the amount of loans from banks increased by 23 billion 725 million liras and was announced as 2 trillion 681 billion 909 million liras.
With this increase, the amount of loans extended by banks increased from 2 trillion 658 billion 184 million lira to 2 trillion 681 billion 909 million lira.
Total deposit figures of the banking sector also increased. Within the given week, the total deposits of the banks were realized as 2 trillion 590 billion 915 million liras with an increase of 0.02 percent.
Last update: 06.02.2020 18:14