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Non-performing assets of Armenian banks grow to 6.73 percent

13.10.2017 18:55

Non-performing assets of Armenian banks grow to 6.73 percent

YEREVAN, October 13. /ARKA/. Non-performing and written-off assets of Armenian commercial banks grew to 6.73% in late August, according to the Central Bank. Some 6.36% were assets held by Armenian residents, it said.

The manufacturing sector accounted for the largest share of non-performing assets at the end of the reporting period - 1.19%. Consumer loans came in second with 1.22%. The share of non-performing assets in the trade sector stood at 0.94%, in the agricultural sector – at 0.72%, in the food industry – at 0.7% and in mortgage loans – at 0.39%.

The combined amount of commercial banks’ assets at the end of August 2017 was worth 4.104.4 trillion drams. ($ 1 - 480.99 drams). -0-

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Armenia’s funded pension system’s assets doubled last year to 63.3 billion drams, according to central bank

20.02.2017 18:23

Armenia’s funded pension system’s assets doubled last year to 63.3 billion drams, according to central bank

The assets of Armenia’s funded pension system, placed in two private pension funds, doubled last year from 2015 to 63.3 billion drams, according to the Central Bank of Armenia

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Ranking of Armenian banks by size of assets in 2016

24.01.2017 19:02

Ranking of Armenian banks by size of assets in 2016

The aggregate assets of 17 commercial banks operating now in Armenia grew by 16.5% in 2016 to 4.049.8 trillion drams. Similarly, the banks’ lending last year increased by 20.1% to 2.538.5 trillion drams

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Armenian central bank's net domestic assets in July 2016 rose by 7.2% to about 431.5 billion drams

28.09.2016 18:40

Armenian central bank's net domestic assets in July 2016 rose by 7.2% to about 431.5 billion drams

Armenian Central Bank’s net domestic assets grew by 7.2% in July 2016 from the previous month to about 431.5 billion drams, according to Central Bank’s monthly bulletin for July

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Assets of Armenia’s credit organizations increased by 6.8% in Jan-June 2016 to AMD 332.5 billion

22.08.2016 12:55

Assets of Armenia’s credit organizations increased by 6.8% in Jan-June 2016 to AMD 332.5 billion

Aggregate assets of Armenia’s credit organizations grew 6.8% in Jan-June 2016, compared with the same period a year earlier, to AMD 332.5 billion

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Armenia’s banks end 1H2016 with slight growth of assets and decline in liabilities

21.07.2016 14:33

Armenia’s banks end 1H2016 with slight growth of assets and decline in liabilities

Armenia’s commercial banks ended the first half of this year with a slight growth of assets and with decline in liabilities, ARKA News Agency says in a fresh issue of its ‘Banks of Armenia’ financial and economic bulletin

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Armenian central bank's net domestic assets in march 2016 rose by 6.1% to about 422.2 billion drams

17.05.2016 19:02

Armenian central bank's net domestic assets  in march 2016 rose by 6.1% to about 422.2 billion drams

Armenian Central Bank’s net domestic assets in March 2016 rose by 6.1% when compared to the previous month

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Unibank’s 1st Q 2016 profit amounts to AMD 212 million

11.05.2016 14:01

Unibank’s 1st Q 2016 profit amounts to AMD 212 million

Unibank’s 1st Q 2016 profit amounts to AMD 212 million, the press office of the bank reported o Wednesday

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Assets of Armenian investment companies increase by 3.8% in January to 31.3 billion drams

14.04.2016 21:09

Assets of Armenian investment companies increase by 3.8% in January to 31.3 billion drams

The total assets of Armenian investment institutions in February 2016 increased by 3.8% from January to 31.3 billion drams, according to the monthly bulletin of the Central Bank for February 2016

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Armenian central bank's net domestic assets increase by 1.4% in February to 397.9 billion drams

14.04.2016 17:31

Armenian central bank's net domestic assets increase by 1.4% in February to 397.9 billion drams

Armenia’s Central Bank’s net domestic assets increased by 1.4% in February from January 2016 to about 397.9 billion drams, according to the regulator’s monthly bulletin for February

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