Bahrain: Consolidated balance sheet of banks up
Bahrain's banking industry is growing, with its consolidated balance sheet going up by $11 billion over three months - and $32.2bn over a year. The consolidated balance sheet for full commercial banks (FCBs), offshore banking units (OBUs), and investment banks (IBs), peaked at $151.4bn at the end of last month, the GDN reported.
This was up from $140.4bn, or 7.8 per cent at the end of December 2005 and 27% up on the $118.9bn reported for the same time last year.
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