The report on the trend of deposit and lending in the nation’s commercial banks has been unveiled. This is the data reported as of the second week of Falgun, 2078.

The total deposit remained fairly the same in the second week of Falgun compared to the first week, and the figure is at Rs. 4,313 billion, up by Rs. 1 billion. Rs. 4,219 billion worth of deposit is in local currency while the rest Rs. 94 billion is in foreign currency.

Meanwhile, the total lending has gone up by Rs. 6 billion, and the total figure is at Rs. 4,165 billion. Rs. 4,101 billion worth of lending has been forwarded in local currency while Rs. 64 billion is in foreign currency.

The average CD of the banks for the period is 90.80%.

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