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The negative growth seen last week in FX-adjusted weekly credit growth turned back into strong growth as of end of 2Q’24. The acceleration was due to commercial and consumer credits of both public and private banks. Total credits’ 4 week average trend rose to 0.4%.

Following the strong push seen just before the official holidays’ week, FC adjusted weekly credit growth decelerated and turned into negative growth on the week ending on June 21st, also taking into account the negative calendar impact.

FC adjusted weekly credit growth decelerated from 1.6% to almost 1% in the week ending by May 31st due to commercial credits in private banks.

Profitability of the sector is under pressure of high funding costs which continues to be partially offset by fees & commission income. Credit growth will be subdued due to regulationary caps in the very short term.

In the week ending by March 29th, foreign currency adjusted weekly credit growth continued to accelerate from 0.7% to 1% due to commercial credits of public banks and consumer credit cards in the sector. Total credits’ 13-week annualized trend …

Foreign currency adjusted weekly credit growth fell from 1% to 0.3% due to both commercial and consumer credits in the sector. Total credits’ 13-week annualized trend rose slightly from 34.4% to 35% with the impact of strong weekly growth rates of the previous 4 weeks.

In the week ending by March 8, foreign currency adjusted weekly credit growth remained at around 1%. Total credits’ 13-week annualized trend rose from 29.4% to 34.4% due to impact of strong weekly growth rates of the last 3 weeks.

Credit growth accelerated on the week ending by March 1 due to commercial credits of both public and private banks. Total credits’ 13-week annualized trend rose from 27.7% to 29.4%.

Despite the suppression in core NIM, fees and commissions income, income from capital markets and FC transactions supported profitability of the sector in 2023. Regulatory capital ratios remain above the regulatory thresholds, though with incre…

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The meeting of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee presided by President Xi concluded on December 11, 2020, emphasizing the recent economic policy focus and pointing the direction of the next year’s policy stance.

Nonbank financial intermediation represents a large share of the U.S. financial sector. In times of crisis, it has been supported by the primary banking regulator - the Federal Reserve. In the absence of changes in oversight, this could lead to increased moral hazard and financial instability over the long run.