MFI IR of Outstanding Amounts in Domestic Currency
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Franc Otoničar
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Outstanding amounts are defined as the stock of all deposits placed by customers, i.e. households and non-financial corporations, with credit institutions or other MFIs, and the stock of all loans granted by credit institutions to customers. An interest rate on outstanding amounts reflects the weighted average interest rate applied to the stock of deposits or loans in the relevant instrument category in the time reference period. Interest rates on outstanding deposits cover all deposits placed and not yet withdrawn by customers in all the periods up to and including the reporting date. Interest rates on outstanding loans cover all loans used and not yet repaid by customers in all the periods up to and including the reporting date, although excluding bad loans and loans for debt restructuring at rates below market conditions. MFI interest rates on outstanding amounts are hence statistics on the interest rates actually applied to all open deposits and loans.
Data May 2005 - December 2006 covers business conducted in SIT by total MFI population in Slovenia.
The new interest rate statistics replace the Average Bank's Interest Rates that have been published by the Bank of Slovenia. The coverage and definition of the new statistics differ substantially from those of the previously published. Therefore, a direct comparison of the new and old rates is not possible.
For detailed methodological notes please find internet release of BoS Monthly Bulletin (as of year 2007 on), chapter 2.4 of methodological notes:
ori.maturity - original maturity
res.maturity - residual maturity