Loans to the economy of Tunisian banks increased slightly by 1.04% at the end of June 2020 compared to the previous month, according to data from the Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT).
These credits amounted to 85.138 billion dinars against 84.262 billion dinars in May 2020, an increase of 876 million dinars.
As for credits from ordinary resources, they stood at 82.195 billion dinars against 81.354 billion dinars in May 2020 (+ 1.03%). For their part, credits from special resources amounted to 2.94 billion dinars against 2.908 billion dinars a month earlier.
During this period under review, Tunisian banks carried out leasing operations of 1.184 billion dinars against 1.161 billion dinars at the end of May 2020.
The securities portfolio of these banks increased from 143 million dinars to 5.293 billion dinars against 5.150 billion dinars in May 2020.
As for sight deposits, they are also on the rise, going from 20.955 billion dinars in May 2020 to 21.027 billion dinars a month later (+ 0.34%). For their part, term deposits and other financial products fell by ;;;, going from 15.750 billion dinars in May to 15.479 billion dinars a month later.