Countries With Lowest Private Sector Credit - Bottom 10 World

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Private Sector Credit Latest Reference
Australia
Bahamas
Bangladesh
Belize
Hungary
Malta
Seychelles
South Africa
Swaziland
Sweden

Australia Private Sector Credit was last reported at 0.40 percent. Source: Reserve Bank of Australia. Forecast: 0.4 percent.
South Africa Private Sector Credit stands at 6.69 percent. Source: South African Reserve Bank. Forecast: 7.15 percent.
Sweden Lending to Households YoY latest value is 6.80 percent. Source: Statistics Sweden. NSA. Forecast: 6.6 percent.
Swaziland Private Sector Credit was last reported at 12.46 SZL Billion. Source: Central Bank of Swaziland. Forecast: 12.6047 SZL Billion.
Belize Private Sector Credit stands at 1974.40 USD Million. Source: Central Bank of Belize. Forecast: 2009.9 USD Million.
Seychelles Private Sector Credit latest value is 5274.11 SCR Million. Source: Central Bank of Seychelles. Forecast: 5317.1718 SCR Million.
Hungary Private Sector Credit was last reported at 5776.80 HUF Billion. Source: National Bank of Hungary. Current Prices, NSA. Forecast: 5780.7 HUF Billion.
Bahamas Private Sector Credit stands at 6143.49 BSD Million. Source: Central Bank of The Bahamas. Forecast: 6143 BSD Million.
Bangladesh Private Sector Credit latest value is 7159.40 BDT Billion. Source: Bangladesh Bank. Current Prices, NSA. Forecast: 7254.01 BDT Billion.
Malta Private Sector Credit was last reported at 8787.83 EUR Million. Source: Central Bank of Malta. Current Prices, NSA. Forecast: 8779.57 EUR Million.
The country with lowest economic is Australia (0.40 percent in May 2017) followed by Swaziland (12.46 SZL Billion in Mar 2017) in the second position and Belize (1974.40 USD Million in 2015) in the third.