Indonesia Non Performing Loan: by Bank Relation with Beneficiary

Indonesia NPL: Comm Banks: Connected Parties

2014 - 2019 | Monthly | IDR bn | Indonesia Financial Services Authority

Indonesia’s NPL: Comm Banks: Connected Parties data was reported at 193.194 IDR bn in May 2019. This records a decrease from the previous number of 196.233 IDR bn for Apr 2019. Indonesia’s NPL: Comm Banks: Connected Parties data is updated monthly, averaging 306.079 IDR bn from Jan 2014 to May 2019, with 65 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 1,034.686 IDR bn in Aug 2017 and a record low of 81.608 IDR bn in Dec 2014. Indonesia’s NPL: Comm Banks: Connected Parties data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Indonesia Financial Services Authority. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Indonesia – Table ID.KAD043: Non Performing Loan: by Bank Relation with Beneficiary.

Last

193.194

May 2019
Previous

196.233

Apr 2019
Min

81.608

Dec 2014
Max

1,034.686

Aug 2017
Unit

IDR bn

Frequency

monthly

Range

Jan 2014 - May 2019

Updated on 19 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

193.194

IDR bn May 2019

196.233

IDR bn Apr 2019

monthly

Jan 2014 - May 2019

Updated on 19 Jul 2019

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Indonesia NPL: Comm Banks: Connected Parties

Series Details
Series ID

385651057

Name

Indonesia NPL: Comm Banks: Connected Parties

Country

Indonesia

Frequency

Monthly

Unit

IDR bn

Status

Active

Source

Indonesia Financial Services Authority

First Date

Jan 2014

Last Date

May 2019

Last Updated

19 Jul 2019

Statistics
Mean

411.903

Variance

72,783.804

Standard deviation

269.785

Skewness

0.519

Kurtosis

-1.311

Coefficient variation

0.655

Median

306.079

Max
Aug 2017

1,034.686

Min
Dec 2014

81.608

Previous observation
Apr 2019

196.233

Last observation
May 2019

193.194

Number of Observations

65

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Indonesia NPL: Comm Banks: Non Connected Parties

2014 - 2019 | Monthly | IDR bn | Indonesia Financial Services Authority

Indonesia’s NPL: Comm Banks: Non Connected Parties data was reported at 141,364.056 IDR bn in May 2019. This records an increase from the previous number of 136,395.903 IDR bn for Apr 2019. Indonesia’s NPL: Comm Banks: Non Connected Parties data is updated monthly, averaging 127,354.832 IDR bn from Jan 2014 to May 2019, with 65 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 141,364.056 IDR bn in May 2019 and a record low of 61,724.929 IDR bn in Jan 2014. Indonesia’s NPL: Comm Banks: Non Connected Parties data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Indonesia Financial Services Authority. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Indonesia – Table ID.KAD043: Non Performing Loan: by Bank Relation with Beneficiary.

Last

141,364.056

May 2019
Previous

136,395.903

Apr 2019
Min

61,724.929

Jan 2014
Max

141,364.056

May 2019
Unit

IDR bn

Frequency

monthly

Range

Jan 2014 - May 2019

Updated on 19 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

141,364.056

IDR bn May 2019

136,395.903

IDR bn Apr 2019

monthly

Jan 2014 - May 2019

Updated on 19 Jul 2019

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Indonesia NPL: Comm Banks: Non Connected Parties

Series Details
Series ID

385650987

Name

Indonesia NPL: Comm Banks: Non Connected Parties

Country

Indonesia

Frequency

Monthly

Unit

IDR bn

Status

Active

Source

Indonesia Financial Services Authority

First Date

Jan 2014

Last Date

May 2019

Last Updated

19 Jul 2019

Statistics
Mean

114,495.027

Variance

576,101,995.965

Standard deviation

24,002.125

Skewness

-0.778

Kurtosis

-0.855

Coefficient variation

0.210

Median

127,354.832

Max
May 2019

141,364.056

Min
Jan 2014

61,724.929

Previous observation
Apr 2019

136,395.903

Last observation
May 2019

141,364.056

Number of Observations

65

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