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  • Weaker money supply growth

    The twelve-month growth in the monetary aggregate M3 was 6.6 per cent to end-November, down from 6.8 per cent the previous month. Households’ growth in M3 was 4.1 per cent to end-November, unchanged from the previous month.

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  • Increased growth in domestic loan debt

    The twelve-month growth in the credit indicator C2 was 5.8 per cent to the end of November 2017, up from 5.7 per cent the previous month.

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  • Decreased growth in domestic loan debt

    The twelve-month growth in the credit indicator C2 was 5.7 per cent to the end of October, down from 5.8 per cent the previous month.

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  • Stronger money supply growth

    The twelve-month growth in the monetary aggregate M3 was 6.8 per cent to end-October, up from 6.4 per cent the previous month. Households’ growth in M3 was 4.1 per cent to end-October, up from 4.0 per cent the previous month.

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  • Interest rate margins on mortgages decrease

    The interest rate margins on new and outstanding mortgages to households decreased in September. The fixed-interest rate on new mortgages decreased by 0.02 percentage points in September, while the floating rate was stable. 

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  • Good results for banks

    Norwegian banks’ accumulated pre-tax profit in the first three quarters of 2017 amounted to NOK 42.9 billion. This is an increase of NOK 3.6 billion from the same period in 2016. Increased net interest income and lower loss on loans contributed to...

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  • Weaker money supply growth

    The twelve-month growth in the monetary aggregate M3 was 6.4 per cent to end-September, down from 6.7 per cent the previous month. Households’ growth in M3 was 4.1 per cent to end-September, up from 3.5 per cent the previous month.

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  • Stronger growth in domestic loan debt

    The twelve-month growth in the credit indicator C2 was 5.8 per cent to the end of September, up from 5.6 per cent the previous month.

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  • Further increase in lending margin

    The lending margins on new and outstanding mortgages to households increased to 1.70 and 1.73 per cent in August. The fixed-interest rate on new mortgages was unchanged at 2.47 per cent in August, while the floating rate was stable at 2.50 per cent.

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  • Weaker growth in domestic loan debt

    The twelve-month growth in the credit indicator C2 was 5.6 per cent to the end of August, down from 5.7 per cent the previous month.

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  • Weaker money supply growth

    The twelve-month growth in the monetary aggregate M3 was 6.7 per cent to end-August, down from 7.7 per cent the previous month. Households’ growth in M3 was 3.5 per cent to end-August, up from 3.2 per cent the previous month.

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  • Revisions in the financial accounts

    According to the revision policy for the financial accounts and the national accounts, the third quarter publication is the window for larger revisions.

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  • Increased money supply growth

    The twelve-month growth in the monetary aggregate M3 was 7.7 per cent to end-July, up from 7.1 per cent the previous month. Households’ growth in M3 was 3.2 per cent to end-July, down from 3.8 per cent the previous month.

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  • Unchanged growth in domestic debt

    The twelve-month growth in the credit indicator C2 was 5.7 per cent up to the end of July, unchanged from the previous month.

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  • Lower fixed-interest rates

    The fixed-interest rate on new mortgages fell by 0.03 percentage points in July to 2.47 per cent, while the floating rate was stable at 2.52 per cent. The loans margins have increased since December last year.

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