Singapore Non Performing Loans Ratio
Singapore Non Performing Loans Ratio stood at 1.3 % in Dec 2019, compared with the ratio of 1.4 % in the previous quarter. Singapore Non Performing Loans Ratio data is updated quarterly, available from Dec 2008 to Dec 2019. The data reached an all-time high of 2.1 % in Jun 2009 and a record low of 0.8 % in Dec 2014. The International Monetary Fund provides quarterly Non Performing Loans Ratio.
In the latest reports, Money Supply M2 in Singapore increased 12.6 % YoY in Oct 2020. Singapore Foreign Exchange Reserves was measured at 335.2 USD bn in Oct 2020. The Foreign Exchange Reserves equaled 11.9 Months of Import in Oct 2020. The country's Domestic Credit reached 506.9 USD bn in Oct 2020, representing an increased of 1.7 % YoY.
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What was Singapore's Non Performing Loans Ratio in Dec 2019?
|1.3 Dec 2019||1.4 Sep 2019||0.8 Dec 2014||2.1 Jun 2009||%||quarterly||Dec 2008 - Dec 2019|
Non Performing Loans Ratio by Country Comparison
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|Algeria (%)||12.7 2018||yearly||2009 - 2018|
|Argentina (%)||4.8 Sep 2020||monthly||Dec 2002 - Sep 2020|
|Armenia (%)||6.0 Sep 2020||monthly||Jan 2005 - Sep 2020|
|Australia (%)||1.1 Sep 2020||quarterly||Jun 2004 - Sep 2020|
|Austria (%)||2.2 Dec 2019||semiannually||Dec 2009 - Dec 2019|
|Azerbaijan (%)||5.9 Mar 2015||quarterly||Dec 2009 - Mar 2015|
|Bahrain (%)||5.5 Mar 2018||semiannually||Mar 2013 - Mar 2018|
|Bangladesh (%)||9.2 Jun 2020||quarterly||Mar 2003 - Jun 2020|
|Belarus (%)||1.0 Dec 2018||quarterly||Dec 2003 - Dec 2018|
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|Government and Public Finance||Last||Frequency||Range|
|Consolidated Fiscal Balance: % of GDP (%)||-5.7 Sep 2020||quarterly||Mar 2012 - Sep 2020|
|Consolidated Fiscal Balance (USD mn)||62.665 Sep 2020||monthly||Apr 2011 - Sep 2020|
|Tax Revenue (USD mn)||5,150.330 Nov 2020||monthly||Aug 1987 - Nov 2020|
|Tax Revenue: % of GDP (%)||13.7 Sep 2020||quarterly||Dec 1987 - Sep 2020|
|National Government Debt (USD mn)||505,455.3 Sep 2020||quarterly||Mar 1990 - Sep 2020|
|Government Debt: % of GDP (%)||147.0 Sep 2020||quarterly||Mar 1990 - Sep 2020|
|Forecast: Government Expenditure (SGD bn)||86.441 2025||yearly||1990 - 2025|
|Forecast: Government Net Debt (SGD bn)||795.470 2025||yearly||1990 - 2025|
|Forecast: Government Revenue (SGD bn)||101.605 2025||yearly||1990 - 2025|
|Govt Finance: Cash Surplus / Deficit (SGD mn)||188.300 Nov 2020||monthly||Apr 2011 - Nov 2020|
|Govt Revenue: Operating (SGD mn)||7,367.200 Nov 2020||monthly||Jan 2003 - Nov 2020|
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