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November 8 (SeeNews) - Serbian lender Jubanka's profit more than halved in the six months through June to 123 million dinars ($1.2 million/1 million euro) from 264 million dinars in the prior-year period, data from the country's central bank, NBS, shows.
Jubanka's net interest income fell to 1.184 billion dinars from 1.566 billion dinars, while net fee and commission income fell to 322 million dinars from 352 million dinars, according to the financial statement of the lender for the first half of 2017, posted on the website of NBS.
The bank's loan portfolio amounted to 43.6 billion dinars, while deposits totalled 43.9 billion dinars at the end of the first half of 2017.
Following are details on Jubanka's financial performance (in millions of dinars unless otherwise stated):
(1 euro = 118.803 dinars)
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