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Financial Statistics, November 2010

 
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Broad money rose 19.5%. At end-November, broad money (M2) stood at RMB71.03 trillion, increasing 19.5% year on year, up 0.2 percentage points from the previous month but down 10.2 percentage points from the same period last year. Narrow money (M1) registered RMB25.94 trillion, rising 22.1% year on year, the same pace as the previous month but 12.5 percentage points slower than the same period last year. Cash in circulation (M0) grew 16.3% year on year to RMB4.23 trillion. Net cash injection in the month registered RMB60.7 billion, down RMB700 million year on year. 

 

RMB and foreign currency loans rose RMB614.2 billion, increasing RMB564 billion and USD8.5 billion respectively. At end-November, outstanding RMB and foreign currency loans totaled RMB50.35 trillion, up 19.4% year on year. In November, RMB and foreign currency loans grew RMB614.2 billion, up RMB206.7 billion year on year. Outstanding RMB loans reached RMB47.43 trillion, up 19.8% year on year, 0.5 percentage points higher than end-October but 14.1 percentage points lower than the same period last year. RMB loans increased RMB564 billion in the month, up RMB269.2 billion year on year. By sector, loans to households rose RMB189.6 billion, with short-term loans and long and medium-term loans increasing RMB52.5 billion and 137.1 billion respectively; loans to enterprises and other sectors grew RMB374.2 billion, with short-term loans and long and medium-term loans rising RMB167 billion and 193 billion respectively and bill financing falling RMB15.6 billion. Outstanding foreign currency loans registered USD437 billion, up 16.2% year on year. Foreign currency loans rose USD8.5 billion in the month.

RMB and foreign currency deposits increased RMB582.2 billion, with RMB deposits rising RMB592.4 billion and foreign currency deposits falling by a net amount of USD1 billion. At end-November, outstanding RMB and foreign currency deposits totaled RMB72.42 trillion, up 19.4% year on year. In November, RMB and foreign currency deposits rose RMB582.2 billion, down RMB10 billion year on year. Outstanding RMB deposits increased 19.6% year on year to RMB70.87 trillion, down 0.2 percentage points from the previous month and 8.6 percentage points from a year earlier. RMB deposits grew RMB592.4 billion in the month, up RMB8.8 billion year on year. In breakdown, household deposits and corporate deposits increased RMB133.2 billion and 573.7 billion respectively while fiscal deposits decreased by a net amount of RMB211.9 billion. Outstanding foreign currency deposits grew 13.3% year on year to USD232.1 billion. Foreign currency deposits recorded a net drop of USD1 billion in the month.

 

RMB transactions in the interbank market were brisk and market rates went up. In November 2010, RMB transactions in the interbank market amounted to RMB17.71 trillion. The average daily turnover posted RMB804.9 billion, rising 55.3% year on year.

In November, the monthly weighted average interbank lending rate stood at 1.76%, up 0.08 percentage points from the previous month. The monthly weighted average interest rate on bond pledged repo registered 1.81%, up 0.12 percentage points month on month.

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