April 11, 2017 / 11:53 PM / 4 months ago

Japan March bank loans rise 3.0 percent vs year ago

FILE PHOTO: Men work on a scaffolding as cranes are silhouetted against the sky at a construction site in Tokyo, Japan, February 17, 2016.Thomas Peter/File Photo

TOKYO, (Reuters) - - Japanese bank lending rose 3.0 percent in March from a year earlier, the Bank of Japan said on Wednesday.

Outstanding loans held by the country's four main categories of banks, including "shinkin" or credit unions, stood at 513.060 trillion yen ($4.68 trillion).

Following is a table of year-on-year percentage changes in Japanese bank lending and outstanding commercial paper held by banks:

To view the full tables, go to here

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