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Updated: 29.05.2020

MFI balance sheet statistics comprises data on total MFI assets and liabilities, broken down by financial instrument, residency, sector, as well as by country and currency group.

Monetary statistics comprises the following money supply indicators: Latvia's contribution to euro area M1, M2 and M3, net foreign assets (outside the euro area), loans to euro area governments, financial institutions, non-financial corporations and households, euro area central governments' deposits and longer-term financial liabilities. Latvijas Banka's monetary indicators represent the central bank's money supply, i.e. the balance sheet indicators of Latvijas Banka, contributing to the monetary base of the euro area.

MFI balance sheet and monetary statistics are published once a month on the dates indicated in the data publishing calendar.

MFI balance sheet and monetary statistics

The data are available in the database INTS where all the data from the tables below will gradually be moved to. The numbering of the tables published here corresponds to the numbering of the statistical information tables of Latvijas Banka's "Macroeconomic Development Report".

Latvijas Banka and monetary indicators

Monetary aggregates and counterparts
(in accordance with the methodology of the European Central Bank; Table 2; data from I/2014 untill IV/2020)

Basic MFI indicators

MFI consolidated balance sheet 
(Table 4; data from I/2014 untill IV/2020)

Loans granted and securities held by MFIs

Holdings of securities other than shares

(Tables 11; data from I/2014 untill IV/2020)

Lending in the interbank markets
(Table 13; data from I/2014 untill IV/2020)

Foreign exchange transactions

As of the data for January, 2020, the data will be available only in the statistical database INTS.

Key Indicators of the MFI (Banking) Sector

For further information, please see statistical database INTS.

  Data    
  2020 IV 2020 III 2019 IV
       
Total assets* (at the end of period; in million of euro) 21 133.5 20 828.4
21 393.4
Change in total assets (at the end of period; compared with corresponding period of previous year; %) -1.2 -3.1 -11.5
       
Loans to residents (at the end of period; in millions of euro) 11 389.9 11 435.4 11 922.4
incl. loans in euro and lats 11 247.6 11 301.2 11 737.4
loans in foreign currencies 142.3 134.2 184.9
Growth in loans to residents (compared with corresponding period of previous year; %) -4.5 -3.7 -3.1
Weighted average interest rates on loans to residents (%)      
loans to non-financial corporations in euro 3.3 3.0 3.3
loans to households in euro 3.6 3.7 5.5
incl. for house purchase 2.4 2.4 2.8
       
Deposits from residents (at the end of period; in millions of euro) 13 469.6 13 307.3 12 236.0
incl. deposits in euro and lats 12 516.3 12 345.7 11 256.9
deposits in foreign currencies 953.3 961.6 979.0
Weighted average interest rates on deposits from residents (%)      
non-financial corporation term deposits in euro 0.00 0.01 0.03
non-financial corporation demand deposits in euro 0.00 0.00 0.00
household term deposits in euro 0.3 0.3 0.5
household demand deposits in euro 0.01 0.01 0.01
       
Retained earnings for the reporting year (at the end of period; in millions of euro) 21.2 26.0 96.5
Capital and reserves (at the end of period; in million of euro) 2 751.4 2 742.3 2 848.1
       
Weighted average interest rate on interbank loans in euro (%) -0.5 -0.5 -0.4
incl. weighted average interest rate on overnight loans(%) x x -0.4
       
  2019 XII 2019 IX 2018 XII
Loans past due over 90 days(% no total loans)** 3.9 3.8 4.0

* Only net claims on government are included.
** Data source: Financial and Capital Market Commission.

 

Descriptions

The section “Statistics/Monetary statistics” comprises those tables of MFI balance sheet and monetary statistics the data of which are currently unavailable in the database INTS. The numbering of those tables corresponds to the numbering of the statistical information tables of Latvijas Banka's "Macroeconomic Development Report".

Monetary Aggregates and Their Counterparts (according to the European Central Bank methodology; Table 4)

This Table features Latvian monetary aggregates and counterparts according to the European Central Bank methodology. The following monetary aggregates are calculated and published:

National contribution to M1, narrow monetary aggregate, comprising overnight deposits in all currencies held with MFIs.
National contribution to M2, intermediate monetary aggregate, comprising the contribution to M1 and deposits redeemable at a period of notice of up to and including 3 months (i.e. short-term savings deposits) made in all currencies as well as deposits with an agreed maturity of up to and including 2 years (i.e. short-term time deposits) in all currencies held with MFIs.
National contribution to M3, broad monetary aggregate, comprising the contribution to M2, repurchase agreements, and debt securities with a maturity of up to and including 2 years issued by MFIs, and money market fund shares and units.

MFI Consolidated Balance Sheet (Table 8)

This Table features the consolidated balance sheet of MFIs, obtained by netting out inter-MFI positions on the aggregated MFI balance sheet (Table 8). Due to slight differences in accounting techniques, the sum of inter-MFI positions does not always equal zero; therefore, the balance is included in the item "Excess of inter-MFI liabilities".

Selected items in the monthly financial position report of MFIs (excluding the Bank of Latvia) by groups of country (Table 12)

The Table features MFI (excluding the Bank of Latvia) claims on MFIs, loans to non-MFIs, liabilities to MFIs, non-MFI deposits broken down by EU countries, other euro area countries, other countries and international institutions.

Convenience and extended credit, revolving loans and overdraft to resident non-financial corporations and households (Table 37)

The Table features revolving loans and overdrafts, convenience credit card credit and extended credit card credit granted by MFIs (excluding the Bank of Latvia) to non-financial corporations and households in Latvia.

Loans to resident non-financial corporations and households in the breakdown by residual maturity and by interest rate reset period (Tables 38ab)

The Table features loans granted by MFIs (excluding the Bank of Latvia) to non-financial corporations and households in Latvia broken down by agreed maturity, residual maturity and interest rate reset period.

Holdings of Securities Other Than Shares, Holdings of Shares and Other Equity (Tables 19ab)
Currency Breakdown of Holdings of Resident and Non-Resident Securities Other Than Shares and Debt Securities Issued by MFIs (Tables 20efg)

These Tables Feature the information characterising MFI (excluding the Bank of Latvia) securities holdings.

Principal Foreign Exchange Transactions by Type, Counterparty and Currency; Table 24)

The Table features cash and non-cash transactions of credit institutions. The amount of cash and non-cash transactions in euro has been calculated applying the official exchange rate for the respective foreign currency on the last day of the reporting month.

Foreign Exchange Non-cash Transactions (Table 25)

The Table features non-cash transactions of credit institutions by major currency. The transaction amount in euro has been calculated applying the weighted average exchange rate of the last day of the reporting month. The volume of non-cash transactions has been translated into euro applying the accounting exchange rate of the respective foreign currency on the last day of the reporting month (where the currency is not quoted by the ECB, exchange rates are determined using ThomsonReuters end of month closing price).

Weighted Average Exchange Rates (Cash Transactions) (Table 27)

The Table features weighted average exchange rates of cash foreign exchange transactions (in respective currency for one euro) conducted by credit institutions and foreign exchange capital companies.

General Notes

For further information on the sectoral classification used in statistics, please, see "Classification systems".