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Nov 27, 2007 15:19 EEST
November 27 (SeeNews) - Banks in Moldova had 31 billion lei ($2.8 billion/1.9 billion euro) in assets at the end of October, up 42.9% from a year earlier, the country's central bank, BNM, said on Tuesday.
The tier-one capital of the banks, which includes common stock and retained profit, totalled 4.7 billion lei at the end of October, up 36.4% from a year earlier, the BNM said.
Return on assets (ROA) rose to 4.15% from 3.38% at the end of October 2006. Return on equity (ROE) grew to 25.61% from 20.40%.
The share of foreign capital in Moldova's banking system rose to 65.61% at the end of October from 55.21% a year earlier. Ex-Soviet Moldova has 15 commercial banks.
(1 euro=16.7542 Moldovan lei)
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