In which, the total deposits of commercial joint stock banks accounted for 58.5 percent of the total deposits, rising 16.1 percent on year.
The total deposits in foreign currency accounted for 23.9 percent, down 5 percent on year while the total deposits in dong made up 76.1 percent of the total deposits, growing 23 percent on year, of which, savings posted an increase of 30.8 percent on year and accounted for 38.3 percent of the total deposits in dong.
The total outstanding loans of HCM City-based credit institutions till the end of March are estimated to have reached 767.3 trillion dong, rising 1.8 percent over the previous month and 4.8 percent from the same period last year.
Earlier, according to the figure of HCM City Statistics Bureau, the total outstanding loans of the city’s commercial banks as of the end of December 2011 were estimated at 753.8 trillion dong. Thus, credit growth of HCM City-based commercial banks till the end of March was 1.8 percent.
The total outstanding loans of commercial joint stock banks reached 385.4 trillion dong, accounting for 50.2 percent of the total loans and increasing 4.5 percent on year.
The total outstanding loans in foreign currency reached 207.5 trillion dong, accounting for 27 percent of the total loans and down 0.7 percent on year while the total outstanding loans in dong accounted for 73 percent and increased 7 percent on year.
The total outstanding loans for medium and long terms accounted for 44 percent, up 2.3 percent while the short term outstanding loans saw a rise of 6.9 percent on year.