Eurozone cash supply slows, credit to economic sector increases

2021-03-26.

Eurozone money supply grew at a slower paceEurozone cash supply grew at a slower speed

Eurozone cash supply grew at a slower speed and the credit to the economic sector logged a consistent development in February, information from the European Central Bank revealed on Thursday.

The financial aggregate M3 broadened 12.3 percent each year, slower than the 12.5 percent increase in January.

The rate was anticipated to stay the same at 12.5 percent.In 3 months to February, M3 development balanced 12.4 percent.

The narrower aggregate M1, which makes up currency in flow and over night deposits, grew 16.4 percent versus 16.5 percent in January.

Further, information revealed that credit to the economic sector grew at a consistent speed of 5.1 percent in February.

Similarly, adjusted loans to the economic sector broadened 4.5 percent, the exact same rate as seen in January.

Among the loaning sectors, the yearly development rate of adjusted loans to families stood at 3.0 percent in February, the same from the previous month.

Meanwhile, the yearly development rate of adjusted loans to non-financial corporations enhanced to 7.1 percent from 6.9 percent in January.


Eurozone cash supply slows, credit to economic sector increases