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In March 2022, the balance of traditional bank deposits registered at a nominal annual growth rate of 7.8%, while the balance of the current credit portfolio granted by commercial banks to the non-financial private sector (NFPS) registered a nominal annual variation of 6.9%.
In February 2022, the balance of traditional bank deposits increased at a nominal annual growth rate of 6.8%, while the balance of the current loan portfolio granted by commercial banks to the non-financial private sector (SPNF) grew 5 .3% in nominal terms.
Inflationary persistence could reduce purchasing power to the point of generating changes in consumption patterns, which would negatively influence the demand for bank financing by households and firms, exacerbating the effect of the rise in interest rates.
In recent weeks, the Peruvian currency and sovereign bonds have shown a relatively positive performance, despite volatility due to external factors and high political noise.
In November 2021, the balance of traditional bank deposits decreased at a nominal annual growth rate of 5.1%, the highest rate recorded since March this year. For its part, the current credit portfolio by commercial banks to the non-financial private sector (NFPS) grew 3.0% annually.
December 9, 2021
Mexico | The financial system overcame the pandemic while maintaining its stability.
We share the conclusion reached by the FSR regarding the soundness of the financial system and we agree with the idea that some institutions of the banking system - none of systemic importance - may still have solvency problems, although this does not put the banking system at risk. as a whole.
In 3Q21, the percentage of companies that obtained financing increased, while the recovery in demand for automotive credit has lagged in comparison to other segments. In a context of increased volatility in financial markets, the International Monetary Fund renewed a USD 50 billion flexible credit line for Mexico