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Cash loans decreased in Russia
In June this year, banks issued more cash loans than in May. However, even such a positive trend does not reach last year's indicators. In June 2019, cash loans were issued 24% more in volume and 17% more in volume.
According to the United Credit Bureau (OKB), the total amount of cash loans issued in June amounted to 328 billion rubles. In total, more than one million loans were issued - this is 27% more than in May 2020.
According to the general director of the Design Bureau Arthur Alexandrovich, in the first half of the year, two trillion cash loans were issued, which is 11% less than in the first half of 2019. The credit market is recovering at the expense of the regions and the Moscow region.
Among the Far Eastern regions, the leaders in terms of cash loans are Primorsky Krai. There issued non-targeted loans in the amount of 4,7 billion rubles, which is 25% more than in May. Khabarovsk Territory comes next in volume, where they issued 3,6 billion loan funds - 29% higher than the previous month. Closes the top three leaders in the Far Eastern Federal District of Yakutia, where over a month loans were issued for 3,3 billion rubles. This is 37% higher than a month earlier.