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Khabarovsk VTB: "crisis shock" in the market has passed

According to the manager Khabarovsk branch of VTB Evgenia Orlova, at the moment in the region was shocked by a painful blow to the banking sector, and now the market is awaiting a further reduction, the press service of the VTB branch informs. "The" crisis shock "has passed, enterprises medium-sized businesses restored their activity. Price competition is returning to the credit market. Following the decrease in the key rate, the price of borrowed funds decreased, and today the market is expecting a further decline - banks are again fighting for clients ”, said Orlov.

Thus, following the results of the 1 quarter 2015, the growth of the credit and document portfolio of the VTB branch in Khabarovsk relative to the same period of the previous year amounted to 38% or 57,7 billion rubles. Increased by 87% and the amount of funds raised by customers, amounting to 12,5 billion rubles.

"At the end of last year there were customers who took loans" in reserve "to fix the rate, during the first months of this year, such loans were repaid", - said the head of the Khabarovsk branch of VTB Evgeny Orlov.

Observed constant growth the volume of ruble settlements with foreign counterparties. According to the results of the 1 quarter of the year, this indicator in the Khabarovsk branch of VTB amounted to 5,6 billion rubles, an increase of 140% over the same period last year. At 50% over the same period, the volume of settlements in yuan between Russian and Chinese counterparties increased, reaching 37,5 million yuan. 

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