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Norges Bank’s Survey of Bank Lending 2009 Q1. Source: Norges Bank Chart 1 Household credit demand. Net percentage balances 1), 2) 1) Net percentage balances.

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1 Norges Bank’s Survey of Bank Lending 2009 Q1

2 Source: Norges Bank Chart 1 Household credit demand. Net percentage balances 1), 2) 1) Net percentage balances are calculated by weighting together the responses in the survey. The blue bars show developments over the past quarter. The red diamonds show expectations over the next quarter. The red diamonds have been moved forward one quarter 2) Negative net percentage balances indicate falling demand Repayment loans secured on dwellings TotalFixed-rate loans Unsecured repayment loans

3 Source: Norges Bank 1) See footnote 1 in Chart 1 2) Negative net percentage balances indicate tighter credit standards Chart 2 Change in credit standards for approving loans to households. Factors affecting credit standards. Net percentage balances 1) Economic outlook Credit standards 2) Banks’ appetite for risk Factors affecting credit standards Funding

4 Maximum loan-to- income ratio Lending margins Interest-only periods Maximum loan-to-value ratio 1) See footnote 1 in Chart 1 2) Positive net percentage balances for lending margins indicate higher lending margins and therefore tighter credit standards. Negative net percentage balances for maximum LTI ratio, maximum LTV ratio and use of interest-only periods indicate tighter credit standards Source: Norges Bank Chart 3 Change in loan conditions for households. Net percentage balances 1), 2)

5 Source: Norges Bank Credit demand from non-financial corporations Drawdowns of credit lines Chart 4 Credit demand from non-financial corporations and drawdowns of credit lines. Net percentage balances 1), 2) 1) See footnote 1 in Chart 1 2) Positive net percentage balances indicate increased demand or increased drawdowns of credit lines

6 Source: Norges Bank TotalCommercial real estate 1) See footnote 1 in Chart 1 2) Negative net percentage balances indicate tighter credit standards Chart 5 Change in credit standards for approving loans to non-financial corporations. Net percentage balances 1), 2)

7 Source: Norges Bank Funding Chart 6 Factors affecting credit standards for approving loans to non-financial corporations. Net percentage balances 1), 2) 1) See footnote 1 in Chart 1 2) Negative net percentage balances indicate that the factor has contributed to tighter credit standards 3) A new factor introduced in Q Economic outlook Capital- adequacy 3) Banks’ appetite for risk Sector- specific outlook

8 Equity requirements Lending margins Fees Collateral requirements Chart 7 Change in loan conditions for non-financial corporations. Net percentage balances 1), 2) 1) See footnote 1 in Chart 1 2) Positive net percentage balances for lending margins indicate higher lending margins. Positive net percentage balances for lending margins, equity requirements, collateral requirements and fees indicate tighter credit standards Source: Norges Bank


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