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Liquid Assets of Commercial Banks Decline in February

Liquid assets of commercial banks marked 5.749 billion GEL as of March 1, 2017 (6.089 billion GEL as of February 1, 2017).

In February 2017 almost all main indicators of fiscal stability have worsened.

Liquid assets in total assets made up 22.8% (24.9% as of February 1, 2017); Liquid assets in relation to short-term liabilities – 34% (37.5% as of February 1, 2017);

Capital to assets – 13.2% (14.8% as of February 1, 2017). Supervisory capital to weighed assets due to risks – 15.1% (16.5% as of February 1, 2017).

Total capital of 16 commercial banks marked 4.7 billion GEL. Ratio of two major commercial banks is 61.6%.