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Friday, 30 November 2012

S'pore Oct bank loans growth picks up to 17.9% y-o-y

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Preliminary figures released by the Monetary Authority of Singapore on Friday show that domestic banking unit loans rose 1.5 per cent over the month to S$479.4 billion at the end of October, faster than September's 0.7 per cent growth - PHOTO: SPH
Singapore's bank lending growth picked up in October for the first time after ten months of slowdown, as lending to both businesses and consumers lifted loans growth to 17.9 per cent, up from 16.5 per cent in September.

Preliminary figures released by the Monetary Authority of Singapore on Friday show that domestic banking unit (DBU) loans rose 1.5 per cent over the month to S$479.4 billion at the end of October, faster than September's 0.7 per cent growth.

Loans to businesses grew 1.3 per cent over the month to S$278.1 billion, picking up from the marginal 0.3 per cent growth in September. Compared to a year ago, total business loans grew 19.1 per cent, faster than September's 17.5 per cent growth.

Consumer loans grew a stronger 1.8 per cent over October to hit S$201.4 billion, after growing 1.4 per cent over the month of September. On a year-on-year basis, consumer loans growth also accelerated to 16.3 per cent, from September's 15.1 per cent.


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