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All-system Financing Aggregate Statistics in the First Quarter of 2013

 
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According to preliminary statistics, all-system financing aggregate in the first quarter of 2013 reached 6.16 trillion yuan, up 2.27 trillion yuan year on year. Among the total, new RMB loans posted 2.76 trillion yuan, up 294.9 billion yuan year on year; new foreign currency-denominated loans posted an equivalent of 445.3 billion yuan, up 312.6 billion yuan year on year; new entrusted loans reached 523.5 billion yuan, up 242.6 billion yuan year on year; new trust loans was 823 billion, up 644.3 billion yuan year on year; undiscounted bankers’ acceptances increased by 670.4 billion yuan, 438.1 billion yuan more than that in the same period of last year; net bond financing of enterprises was 752 billion yuan, up 356 billion yuan year on year; financing by domestic non-financial companies via the domestic stock market was 61.7 billion yuan, declining 25.8 billion yuan year on year. All-system financing aggregate in the March was 2.54 trillion yuan, up 1.48 trillion yuan month on month and 673.9 billion yuan year on year.

Broken down by components, RMB loans accounted for 44.7 percent, down 18.6 percentage points year on year; foreign currency-denominated loans was 7.2 percent, up 3.8 percentage points year on year; entrusted loans was 8.5 percent, up 1.3 percentage points year on year; trust loans was 13.4 percent, up 8.8 percentage points; undiscounted bankers’ acceptances was 10.9 percent, up 4.9 percentage points; bond financing of enterprises was 12.2 percent, up 2 percentage points; financing by domestic non-financial companies via the domestic stock market was 1 percent, down 1.2 percentage points year on year.

Note 1: Sources for the all-system financing aggregate data are the People’s Bank of China, National Development and Reform Commission, China Securities Regulatory Commission, China Insurance Regulatory Commission, China Government Securities Depository Trust and Clearing Co.,Ltd, National Association of Financial Market Insitutional Investors, and etc.

2: Data for the current period are preliminary, and year-on-year growth data in this report are calculated based on comparable data.

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