Bahrain: Consolidated balance sheet of banking system up
The consolidated balance sheet of the banking system in Bahrain, comprised of full commercial banks (FCBs), offshore banking units (OBUs) and Investment banks (IBs), rose by $4 billion hitting $134.2 billion at end-November 2005, compared with $130.2 billion at end-October.
The Bahrain Monetary Agency (BMA) in its monthly statistics indicated that the foreign assets also went up by $3.2 billion and reached $11.59 billion against $110.30 billion in October.
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