North Korea: Bank liquid assets to deposits and short-term funding
For that indicator, we provide data for North Korea from 1998 to 2001. The average value for North Korea during that period was 40.34 percent with a minimum of 25 percent in 2001 and a maximum of 54.55 percent in 1998.
The latest value from 2001 is 25 percent. For comparison, the world average in 2001 based on 171
countries is 41.87 percent.
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Definition: The ratio of the value of liquid assets (easily converted to cash) to short-term funding plus total deposits. Liquid assets include cash and due from banks, trading securities and at fair value through income, loans and advances to banks, reverse repos and cash collaterals. Deposits and short term funding includes total customer deposits (current, savings and term) and short term borrowing (money market instruments, CDs and other deposits).