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Sistemin Fonlama Ihtiyaci Bilesenleri ve Turk Lirasi Kredi Iliskisi

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  • M. Haluk Guler
  • Gursu Keles
  • Erkan Kilimci

[TR] Bu notla, bankacilik sistemi Turk Lirasi (TL) fonlama ihtiyaci ana kalemlerindeki gelismelerin, TL tuketici ve ticari kredi degisimlerine ne sekilde etki ettigi degerlendirilmektedir. Bulgular, sistemin fonlama ihtiyacinda TL zorunlu karsilik tutari disinda gerceklesen artislarin TL tuketici kredilerini azaltirken TL ticari kredileri degistirmeyerek kredi kompozisyonunu etkileyebilecegine isaret etmektedir. [EN] In this note, we analyze how changes in the essential components of the banking system’s liquidity need affect Turkish Lira denominated consumer and commercial loans. Our findings indicate that an increase in the banking system’s liquidity need, in excess of reserve requirements, may affect the composition of the total loans by leading to a decrease in consumer loans while keeping commercial loans intact.

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Paper provided by Research and Monetary Policy Department, Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey in its series CBT Research Notes in Economics with number 1403.

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Date of creation: 2014
Handle: RePEc:tcb:econot:1403
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