BDL’s Total Assets added 0.96% m-o-m to $91.47B in August

The Central Bank’s (BDL) balance sheet posted a 0.96% monthly increase in total assets to $91.47B in August 2015.

Even though foreign assets, constituting 42.19% of total assets, fell by 0.57% from the previous month, to $38.59B, gold reserves (11.42% shares of total assets) and securities portfolio (18.25% of total assets) increased by 4.61% and 1.20% over the same period to $10.44B and $16.69B. The growth in the value of gold reserves followed the rise in international gold prices from $1,095.40/ounce end of June to $1,134.10/ounce end of August. Worth mentioning, loans to financial sector (5.13% share of total assets) also grew by 1.43% month-on-month to reach $4.69B.

On the liabilities section, financial sector deposits ticked up by 1.49% to $73.44B, grasping 80.30% of the total liabilities. Meanwhile, public sector deposits (6.35% share of total liabilities) experienced a 10.54% monthly decline to $6.35B.


BDL’s Total Assets by August (in $B)

BDL’s Total Assets added 0.96% m-o-m to $91.47B in August

Source: BDL


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