Statistical data starts with January 2014, when Latvia joined the euro area.

The data up to December 2013 are available at the Bank of Latvia's website under "Statistics/Data Room/Main indicators/MFI balance sheet and monetary statistics. Archive".

MFI balance sheet and monetary statistics

Data of Tables 2-14, 16, 18-23 are updated on a monthly basis.
Data of Tables 1, 15 and 17 are updated on a quarterly basis.

Table numbering is the same as that of the statistical tables of the Bank of Latvia's Macroeconomic Development Report.

Data in MS Excel format.

Latvijas Banka and monetary indicators

1. Monetary indicators and interest rates
(Table 1; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)
2. Monetary base
(Table 3; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)
3. Monetary aggregates and counterparts
(in accordance with the methodology of the European Central Bank; Table 4; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)
4. Bank of Latvia's assets and liabilities
(Table 6; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)
5. Monetary survey
(Table 10; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)

Basic MFI indicators

6. Aggregated balance sheet of the MFIs
(excluding the Bank of Latvia; Table 7; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)
7. MFI consolidated balance sheet
(Table 8; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)
8. Aggregated balance sheet of the MFIs
(excluding the Bank of Latvia; Tables 9.ab; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)
9. Foreign assets and liabilities of MFIs
(excluding the Bank of Latvia; Tables 11.ab; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)
10. Selected items in the monthly financial position report of MFIs (excluding the Bank of Latvia) by group of countries
(Table 12; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)

Deposits received, loans granted and securities held by MFIs

11. Maturity profile of deposits of resident financial institutions, non-financial corporations and households
(in euro and foreign currency; Table 13; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)
12. Deposits by financial institutions, deposits by non-financial corporations, deposits by households, deposits by government and non-residents
(in euro and foreign currency; Tables 14.abcdef; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)
13. Maturity profile of loans to resident financial institutions, non-financial corporations andhouseholds
(in euro and foreign currency; Table 15; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)
14. Loans to financial institutions and non-financial corporations, loans to households, loans to government and non-residents
(Tables 16.abc; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)
15. Lending to resident financial institutions, non-financial corporations and households
(Table 18; data from I/2014 until VI/2017)
16. Convenience and extended credit, revolving loans and overdraft to resident non-financial corporations and households
(Table 37; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)
17. Loans to resident non-financial corporations and households in the breakdown by residual maturity and by interest rate reset period
(Tables 38ab; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)
18. Holdings of securities other than shares, holdings of shares and other equity
(Tables 19.ab; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)
19. Currency breakdown of resident and non-resident deposits, loans to residents and non-residents, holdings of resident and non-resident securities other than shares, and debt securities issued by MFIs
(Tables 20.abcdefg; data from II/2014 untill IX/2017)
20. Lending in the interbank markets
(Table 22; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)

Foreign exchange transactions

21. Principal foreign exchange transactions in the banking sector
(by type and counterparty; Table 24; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)
22. Foreign exchange transactions
(Table 25; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)
23. Weighted average exchange rates (cash transactions)
(Table 27; data from I/2014 untill IX/2017)