Austria: Private sector credit

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 Austria

Private sector credit, billion currency units

 Latest value 379.59
 Reference Q4 2023
 Measure billion Euro
 Data availability Q1 1996 - Q4 2023
 Average 249.63
 Min - Max 133.25 - 382.99
 Source Central bank of the Republic of Austria
For that indicator, we provide data for Austria from Q1 1996 to Q4 2023. The average value for Austria during that period was 249.63 billion Euro with a minimum of 133.25 billion Euro in Q1 1996 and a maximum of 382.99 billion Euro in Q4 2022. Click on the following link to see the values of Private sector credit, billion currency units around the world.
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Austria - Private sector credit - recent values

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Austria - Private sector credit - historical chart - 1996-2023
Measure: billion Euro
Source: Central bank of the Republic of Austria


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Definition: Private sector credit refers to the credit extended by commercial banks and other deposit-taking institutions (excluding central banks) to private non-financial firms and households. Included are all credit institutions: domestic and foreign owned as well as private and public ones.

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 Private sector credit 381.79 Q3/2023 billion
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 Household credit 181.58 Q3/2023 billion
 Mortgage credit 159.20 Q3/2023 billion
 Consumer credit 22.38 Q3/2023 billion
 Deposit interest rate 3.15 9/2023 percent
 Business credit interest rate 5.07 9/2023 percent
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