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Total Credit to Private Non-Financial Sector, Adjusted for Breaks, for Euro area (CRDQXMAPABIS)


Q3 2022: 21,846.826 (+ more)   Updated: Feb 27, 2023
Q3 2022:  21,846.826  
Q2 2022:  21,481.492  
Q1 2022:  21,287.500  
Q4 2021:  21,065.617  
Q3 2021:  20,771.714  
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Billions of Euros,
Not Seasonally Adjusted


End of Quarter


Source: Bank for International Settlements  

Release: Credit to Non-Financial Sector  

Units:  Billions of Euros, Not Seasonally Adjusted

Frequency:  Quarterly, End of Quarter


Credit is provided by domestic banks, all other sectors of the economy and non-residents. The "private non-financial sector" includes non-financial corporations (both private-owned and public-owned), households and non-profit institutions serving households as defined in the System of National Accounts 2008. The series have quarterly frequency and capture the outstanding amount of credit at the end of the reference quarter. In terms of financial instruments, credit covers loans and debt securities.(1)

The combination of different sources and data from various methodological frameworks resulted in breaks in the series. The BIS is therefore, in addition, publishing a second set of series adjusted for breaks, which covers the same time span as the unadjusted series. The break-adjusted series are the result of the BIS's own calculations, and were obtained by adjusting levels through standard statistical techniques described in the special feature on the long credit series of the March 2013 issue of the BIS Quarterly Review at (1)

Source Code: Q.XM.A.P.A

(1) Bank for International Settlements. "Long series on credit to private non-financial sectors".

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Suggested Citation:

Bank for International Settlements, Total Credit to Private Non-Financial Sector, Adjusted for Breaks, for Euro area [CRDQXMAPABIS], retrieved from FRED, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis;, May 28, 2023.


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