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Croatian banks' NPL ratio falls to 9.21% at end-June - table

Croatian banks' NPL ratio falls to 9.21% at end-June - table Boris15/Shutterstock.com

ZAGREB (Croatia), October 9 (SeeNews) – The ratio of non-performing loans (NPLs) in Croatia's banking system fell to 9.21% at the end of June, from 9.51% at the end of March, central bank data shows.

The NPL ratio of non-financial corporations decreased to 18.82% at the end of the second quarter of 2019 from 19.55% at the end of the first quarter, while the NPL ratio of the household segment fell to 6.13% from 6.31%, according to data published on the website of the central bank.

The total value of partly recoverable and fully irrecoverable loans was 23.5 billion kuna ($3.5 billion/3.2 billion euro) at the end of June, out of a total loan portfolio of 255 billion kuna.

Details follow:

  June '19 March '19 September '18
NPL total (bln kuna) 255.0 254.9 254.0
NPL ratio % 9.21 9.51 10.26
- govt units 0.02 0.01 0.01
- non-financial corporations 18.82 19.55 20.49
- households 6.13 6.31 7.31

(1 euro = 7.41827 kuna)

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