In January, deposits fell by €553.3m, in February by €29.3m and in March €642.9m. In April the government deposited €2.38b and in May there was an increase of €201.2m.
Figures show deposits from households down by €27 m at the end of June, from companies €135.2 m and from insurance companies and pension funds €58.5m. The biggest outflow was from intermediary financial organisations at €540.7 m.
By nationality, deposits from third country nationals have registered a drop every month except February, totalling €819 m from the start of the year. At the end of June, third country nationals’ deposits were down €314 m. Locals’ deposits fell €401.2 m in June.
In contrast to deposits, loans in June rose by €305.2m compared to a €67m drop in May. Overall, outstanding loans by the end of June were down by €2.1 b and stood at €46.7 b because of foreign currency and other fluctuations. .