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Monthly Statistical Bulletin September 2020https://cbo.gov.om/report/MonthlyBulletins/11711/10/2020 8:00:00 PMMonthly Statistical Bulletin September 2020The total outstanding credit extended by other depository corporations (ODCs) grew by 2.1 percent to RO 26.4 billion at the end of September 2020.https://publishing.bnet.om/sites/assets/Documents/Global/Publications/monthly2020/MonthlyStatisticalBulletinSept2020.pdf<p>​The total outstanding credit extended by other depository corporations (ODCs) grew by 2.1 percent to RO 26.4 billion at the end of September 2020. And total deposits held with ODCs reached RO 24.3 billion at the end of September 2020, increasing by 5 percent from September 2019.  </p>
Monthly Statistical Bulletin August 2020https://cbo.gov.om/report/MonthlyBulletins/11610/12/2020 8:00:00 PMMonthly Statistical Bulletin August 2020The combined activities of conventional and Islamic banks provide a comprehensive picture of financial intermediation through the banking sector in Oman.https://publishing.bnet.om/sites/assets/Documents/Global/Publications/monthly2020/MonthlyStatisticalBulletinAug2020-2.pdf<p>The combined activities of conventional and Islamic banks provide a comprehensive picture of financial intermediation through the banking sector in Oman. The total outstanding credit extended by other depository corporations (ODCs) grew by 2.0 percent to RO 26.3 billion at the end of August 2020. Whereas the total deposits held with ODCs reached RO 24 billion at the end of August 2020, increasing by 4.4 percent from August 2019.​<br></p><p> </p> <p><br></p>
Monthly Statistical Bulletin July 2020https://cbo.gov.om/report/MonthlyBulletins/1159/13/2020 8:00:00 PMMonthly Statistical Bulletin July 2020The combined activities of conventional and Islamic banks provide a comprehensive picture of financial intermediation through the banking sector in Oman. https://publishing.bnet.om/sites/assets/Documents/Global/Publications/monthly2020/MonthlyStatistical%20BulletinJuly2020.pdf<p>​The combined activities of conventional and Islamic banks provide a comprehensive picture of financial intermediation through the banking sector in Oman. The total outstanding credit extended by other depository corporations (ODCs) grew by 1.7 percent to RO 26.2 billion at the end of July 2020. Whereas, total deposits held with ODCs reached RO 23.8 billion at the end of July 2020, increasing by 3.5 percent from July 2019.</p>
Monthly Bulletin June 2020https://cbo.gov.om/report/MonthlyBulletins/1138/15/2020 8:00:00 PMMonthly Bulletin June 2020​The combined activities of conventional and Islamic banks provide a comprehensive picture of financial intermediation through the banking sector in Oman.https://publishing.bnet.om/sites/assets/Documents/Global/Publications/monthly2020/monthlybulletinjune2020.pdf<p style="text-align:justify;">​The combined activities of conventional and Islamic banks provide a comprehensive picture of financial intermediation through the banking sector in Oman. The total outstanding credit extended by other depository corporations (ODCs) grew by 2.4 percent to RO 26.3 billion at the end of June 2020. Credit to the private sector rose by 2.2 percent to RO 23 billion. </p>
Monthly Statistical Bulletin May 2020https://cbo.gov.om/report/MonthlyBulletins/1117/18/2020 8:00:00 PMMonthly Statistical Bulletin May 2020https://publishing.bnet.om/sites/assets/Documents/Global/Publications/monthly2020/MonthlyBulletinMay2020.pdf<p>​The combined activities of conventional and Islamic banks provide a comprehensive picture of financial intermediation through the banking sector in Oman. The total outstanding credit extended by other depository corporations (ODCs) grew by 3.3 percent  to RO 26.5 billion at the end of May 2020. </p><p>At the same time, total deposits held with ODCs reached RO 24.1 billion at the end of May 2020, increasing by 5.7 percent from May 2019.</p>
Monthly Statistical Bulletin April 2020https://cbo.gov.om/report/MonthlyBulletins/1106/14/2020 8:00:00 PMMonthly Statistical Bulletin April 2020The activities of other depository corporations (conventional and Islamic banks) provides a complete picture of the financial intermediation through banking sector in Oman. https://publishing.bnet.om/sites/assets/Documents/English/Publications/MonthlyBulletins/MonthlyStatisticalBulletinApril2020.pdf<p>​The activities of other depository corporations (conventional and Islamic banks) provides a complete picture of the financial intermediation through banking sector in Oman. The total outstanding credit extended by other depository corporations (ODCs) grew by 3.2 percent  to RO 26.4 billion at the end of April 2020. Total deposits held with ODCs registered a growth of 3.6 percent and stood at RO 23.9 billion at the end of April 2020. </p>

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