Domestic Liquidity Exceeds JOD32b

Liquidity and Money in Circulation Rise 1.3% and 1%

تم نشره في Thu 19 May / May 2016. 12:02 AM - آخر تعديل في Thu 19 May / May 2016. 04:48 PM
  • Central Bank of Jordan Building in Amman (Photography: Mohammad Abu Ghoush)

AMMAN —Al Ghad— Liquidity rates over the first quarter of 2016 have increased by JOD408.9 million, 1.3 per cent, compared to levels over the quarter last year, according to data issued by the Jordan Central Bank (CBJ).

The scale of domestic liquidity amounts to JOD32.014 billion in March, 2016, compared to JOD31.6 billion in March 2015, caused by an increases in deposited and circulated money, reaching JOD28.04 billion, at 1.3 per cent, and JOD3.97 billion, at 1 per cent, respectively.