October 13, 2011 / 12:10 AM / in 8 years

Japan Sept bank loans -0.3 pct yr/yr -BOJ

TOKYO, Oct 13 (Reuters) - Japanese bank lending fell 0.3
percent in September from a year earlier, marking the 22nd
straight month of annual declines, the Bank of Japan said on
Thursday. 	
    Outstanding loans held by the country's four main categories
of banks, including "shinkin" or credit unions, stood at
455.3568 trillion yen ($5.887 trillion) . 	
    Excluding factors such as loan write-offs, the rounded
figure for the change in the loan balance was minus 0.0 percent
compared with the same month a year earlier, the central bank
said.	
    Following is a table of Japanese bank lending and
outstanding commercial paper held by banks (preliminary, with
year-on-year percentage changes; some previous figures may be
revised):	
                                   SEPT      AUG       JULY  	
 Banks including shinkin:          -0.3      -0.5      -0.6	
 Banks excluding shinkin:          -0.3      -0.5      -0.6	
 Outstanding CP held by banks:     -8.3      -2.3      -2.6	
    	
    To view the full tables, go to the BOJ's website
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