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Norway C2 Credit Indicator Growth Remains Stable In February

03/31/2017 - 02:35:00 (RTTNews)

(RTTNews) - An indicator of the size of the public debt of Norway increased at a steady pace in February, figures from Statistics Norway showed Friday.

The C2 credit indicator, which is an approximate measure of the size of the gross domestic debt of households, non-financial enterprises and corporations, grew 5.1 percent year-over-year in February, the same rate of rise as in January.

The figure also matched consensus estimate.

Households' gross domestic debt climbed 6.6 percent yearly in February, following a 6.5 percent spike in the prior month.

The annual growth for non-financial corporations eased to 2.1 percent in February from 2.4 percent a month ago.

Separately, the statistical office revealed that the twelve-month growth in the M3 monetary aggregate was 6.6 percent in February versus 6.5 percent in January.

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