The broad money supply, M3 increased 1.5% year-on-year in June, faster than the 1% rise seen in May and 1.2% growth forecast by economists.
Likewise, the increase in M1 growth accelerated to 5.3% from 5% in May.
In June, credit extended to the private sector was down by 2.2% versus 2.6% fall in the previous month. Among the components of private sector credit, loans slid 1.7% versus 2% fall a month ago.
Further, loans to households were down 0.6% and lending for house purchases decreased 0.4% from last year.
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