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The latest figures published by the Bank of Spain show an increase of the deposits of Spanish households and non-financial corporations in the last quarter of 2015. In the twelve months of 2015 deposits were flat despite monthly fluctuactions. The interest rate of deposits continues in a downward trend.

The latest figures published by the Bank of Spain show a decrease of the deposits of Spanish households and non-financial corporations in the third quarter of 2015. However, seasonally adjusted these deposits increase in €5bn. The interest rate of deposits continues in a downward trend.

The latest figures on deposits published by the Bank of Spain show a drop in the household and corporate components (€-2.6bn) which diminishes to €-0,6bn when seasonally adjusted.

The latest deposit figures released by the Bank of Spain show an increase in household and corporate deposits. The seasonally adjusted aggregate amount held practically stable.

Los últimos datos de depósitos publicados por el Banco de España muestran que los depósitos de hogares se elevan tímidamente, mientras que los de empresas lo hacen de manera más acusada. En ambos casos se debe a razones estacionales.

The latest deposit figures released by the Bank of Spain show that Spanish household deposits have surprised on the high side, while the corporate figure has come down in line with estimates. The seasonally adjusted aggregate amount has grown for the first time since May 2014.

The latest deposit figures released by Bank of Spain show a fall in household and corporate deposits of a little over EUR2bn in March. After seasonal adjustment the drop would be smaller, at some EUR1.2bn.

The latest figures for deposits published by the Bank of Spain show that Spanish household and corporate deposits fell by EUR800mn in February. After seasonal adjustments, the drop is higher: -EUR1.7bn.

In January 2015, household and corporate deposits shrank by nearly EUR12bn. 70% of this reduction is accounted for by seasonal effects. Thus, once seasonally adjusted, deposits corrected by nearly -EUR4bn.

The latest available data show that aggregate household and corporate deposits have fallen by EUR15bn. Seasonally adjusted, the series remain constant, with virtually no drop.

In August, household and coroporate deposits performed as expected, growing by EUR2bn

Household and company deposits went down by EUR11bn in July, although corrected for seasonality were stable.