Ukrainians are kept on Deposit in banks half a trillion UAH

Ukrainians are kept on Deposit in banks half a trillion UAH

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In the last month the amount of deposits in banks has grown.

In April, the population and business increased by 15.7 billion UAH the amount on Deposit in Ukrainian banks up to 499,9 billion UAH (total amount of hryvnia and foreign currency deposits).

Such data leads the national Bank.

“For the month balances of hryvnia deposits in solvent banks increased by 3.7% (compared with 1.0% in March). As in previous months, a further increase in interest rates on hryvnia deposits and the strengthening of the hryvnia has strengthened the attractiveness of hryvnia deposits and paved the way for recovery of funds of individuals in banks. The activation of the flow was observed on deposits of legal entities. the Volume of corporate deposits in the national currency, which in March remained virtually unchanged, in April increased by 2.8%,” – noted in the NBU.

The regulator also States that “the slightly increased balance of deposits and foreign currency deposits in solvent banks. The volume of foreign currency deposits (in dollar equivalent) population increased by 0.4%, legal entities – by 1.3%”.

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At the same time in April rose by 0.8% (in March – by 0.3%) to 586,3 billion UAH – the volume of credit portfolio of banks in national currency. Financial institutions continued to increase hryvnia lending primarily to individuals (an increase over the month was 1.7%). The portfolio of loans to the corporate sector increased less substantially (by 0.6%).

The regulator notes that on interest rates of commercial banks, as expected, the national Bank continued to display a number of its previous decisions to raise interest rates. Primarily on tight monetary policy of the NBU, as in previous months, the rates reacted to the business. New interest rates on hryvnia deposits to corporate customers increased during the month from 11.0% to 11.3% per annum. As a result, the cost of loans to business has also increased slightly – from 16.6% to 16.7% per annum.

As a result of increasing interest rates, as well as in terms of competition for hryvnia resources, banks increased interest rates on deposits for individuals – from 10.8% to 11.0% per annum. This had an impact on the cost of new loans for individuals.


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