UK banking: MFI's net lending to public sector in 2017-2018

Monetary financial institutions (MFIs) net lending to public sector in the United Kingdom (UK) between January 2017 to December 2018 (in million GBP)*

UK banking: MFI's net lending to public sector in 2017-2018 This statistic illustrates the amounts of sterling and foreign currency lending to public sector in the United Kingdom (UK) by monetary financial institutions (MFIs) from January 2017 to December 2018. Net lending is an important financial measure and is calculated as the difference between deposits and lending in either sterling or foreign currency, in this case both sterling and foreign currency are taken into account. It can be seen that during this time period, there was fluctuations in net lending to the public sector, recording its highest value of around 635.9 billion British pounds in August 2017, and reaching a value of around 575.8 billion British pounds as of December 2018.
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Monetary financial institutions (MFIs) net lending to public sector in the United Kingdom (UK) between January 2017 to December 2018 (in million GBP)*

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Amounts outstanding in million GBP
Dec '18575,753
Nov '18576,211
Oct '18578,907
Sep '18580,464
Aug '18597,572
Jul '18595,249
Jun '18603,930
May '18610,725
Apr '18591,200
Mar '18624,175
Feb '18624,177
Jan '18619,145
Dec '17626,617
Nov '17624,911
Oct '17630,859
Sep '17625,889
Aug '17635,877
Jul '17634,646
Jun '17607,978
May '17617,962
Apr '17618,905
Mar '17614,775
Feb '17609,820
Jan '17592,453
Amounts outstanding in million GBP
Dec '18575,753
Nov '18576,211
Oct '18578,907
Sep '18580,464
Aug '18597,572
Jul '18595,249
Jun '18603,930
May '18610,725
Apr '18591,200
Mar '18624,175
Feb '18624,177
Jan '18619,145
Dec '17626,617
Nov '17624,911
Oct '17630,859
Sep '17625,889
Aug '17635,877
Jul '17634,646
Jun '17607,978
May '17617,962
Apr '17618,905
Mar '17614,775
Feb '17609,820
Jan '17592,453
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This statistic illustrates the amounts of sterling and foreign currency lending to public sector in the United Kingdom (UK) by monetary financial institutions (MFIs) from January 2017 to December 2018. Net lending is an important financial measure and is calculated as the difference between deposits and lending in either sterling or foreign currency, in this case both sterling and foreign currency are taken into account. It can be seen that during this time period, there was fluctuations in net lending to the public sector, recording its highest value of around 635.9 billion British pounds in August 2017, and reaching a value of around 575.8 billion British pounds as of December 2018.
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