Breaking record after record!
According to Central Bank's weekly money and bank statistics, domestic residents' foreign exchange deposits reached a new record level on the week of January 8, with 235 billion 857 million dollars.
Domestic residents who increased their foreign exchange deposits last year did not change their orientation in the first week of 2021. According to the Central Bank's weekly money and bank statistics, foreign currency deposits of domestic residents reached a new record level with 235 billion 857 million dollars in the week of January 8. There was an increase of $ 199 million compared to the previous week.According to the news reported by the world, individuals chose to increase their foreign exchange deposits in the first week of the year, while commercial institutions decreased their foreign exchange deposits. The rise in foreign exchange deposits in the first week of the year, when the dollar fell to the level of 7.34 lira, revealed that individuals again saw the level of the dollar as an opportunity to buy.
EXCHANGE DEPOSIT OF INDIVIDUALS INCREASED BY 598 MILLION DOLLARS
On the week of January 8, foreign exchange deposits of individuals increased by 598 million dollars to 150 billion 793 million dollars, while the foreign exchange deposits of legal persons decreased by 399 million dollars to 85 billion 64 million dollars. In the last week of the year, there was a decrease in foreign currency deposits in commercial accounts.
DOLLAR DEPOSIT OF INDIVIDUALS INCREASED BY 86 MILLION DOLLARS
According to the Central Bank's weekly money and bank data, in the week of December 31, 2020, the dollar deposits of individuals increased by 86 million dollars to 76 billion 673 million dollars, and the dollar equivalent of precious metal deposit accounts increased by 508 million dollars to 36 billion 463 million dollars. It decreased to 34 billion 627 million dollars with a decrease of million dollars. The dollar deposits of the legal persons decreased by 846 million dollars to 46 billion 310 million dollars.