Cash supply in Armenia grows 2.6% to AMD 763.1 billion

03.12.2009 16:05
Cash supply in Armenia grows 2.6% to AMD 763.1 billion

YEREVAN, December 3. /ARKA/. Cash supply in Armenia grew 2.6% or by AMD 19.4 billion in October, compared with September, reaching AMD 763.1 billion by late October, National Statistical Service reports referring to the Armenian Central Bank’s figures.

Cash outside of the banking system amounted to AMD 265.3 billion by late October against 254.2 billion in late September.

Demand deposits in drams totaled AMD 103.9 billion in late October against 102.7 billion in Late September.
Time deposits in the national currency totaled AMD 62.5 billion by late October against 64.5 billion a month earlier.

Deposits in foreign currencies amounted to AMD 331.4 billion against 322.4 billion.

The share of foreign currency deposits in Armenia’s total cash supply has grown 0.09 percentage points over October to 43.43% against 23.99% in the beginning of this year.

The country’s cash supply grew 7.8% or by AMD 52.3 million from AMD 707.8 million in the beginning of this year.

Cash multiplier reached 1.64 by late October after rising 0.03 points, compared with September. ($1 = AMD 385.76).--0--


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