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According to preliminary data in Quarter IV, 2023, the current account of the balance of payments recorded a deficit of US$ 522,87 million, the capital account recorded a positive balance amounting to US$ 17,62 million, and the financial account recorded a net inflow of US$ 461,04 million. As of 12/31/2023, the international investment position amounted to US$ -6 566,59 million, while the gross external debt totaled US$ 10 465,65 million.

According to preliminary data in Quarter IV, 2023, the current account of the balance of payments recorded a deficit of US$ 522,87 million, the capital account recorded a positive balance amounting to US$ 17,62 million, and the financial account recorded a net inflow of US$ 461,04 million.

According to preliminary data, the net international investment position recorded US$ -6 566,59 million as of 12/31/2023 (or -39,7% as a ratio to GDP), 6,2% more as compared to the end of 2022.

According to preliminary data, the gross external debt of the Republic of Moldova increased by 9,1% as compared to the end of 2022 and totaled 10 465,65 million as of 12/31/2023, which is 63,3% as a ratio to GDP (-2,8 p.p. as against 12/31/2022).

In January – February 2024 the volume of cumulative cash receipts from banks exceeded the volume of cumulative cash releases in the banking system by MDL 398.5 million.

The financial situation of the banking sector, according to data submitted by banks, is characterised by growth in assets, loans, own funds, own funds ratio, deposits of individuals, and deposits of legal entities.

In January 2024 the monetary base decreased by MDL 717.8 million (-0.9%) compared to the December 2023 and amounted to MDL 81,653.1 million, being 11.1% higher than in the similar period of the previous year.

In January 2024, new term deposits attracted totalled MDL 4,528.5 million, decreasing by 23.6% as compared to December 2023.

In January 2024, new loans extended totalled MDL 3,718.4 million, decreasing by 32.1% compared to December 2023.

In January 2024 the volume of cumulative cash receipts by the banks exceeded the volume of cumulative cash releases in the banking system by MDL 726.1 million.

The banking system of the Republic of Moldova ended 2023 with positive results.  At the same time, the National Bank has taken the necessary banking supervision measures to ensure the stability and viability of the banking system of the Republic of Moldova.

According to preliminary data in Quarter III, 2023, the current account of the balance of payments recorded a deficit of US$ 599,24 million, the capital account recorded a positive balance amounting to US$ 24,80 million, and the financial account recorded a net inflow of US$ 633,63 million. As of 09/30/2023, the international investment position amounted to US$ -6 452,75 million, while the gross external debt totaled US$ 9 763,88 million.

According to preliminary data in Quarter III, 2023, the current account of the balance of payments recorded a deficit of US$ 599,24 million, the capital account recorded a positive balance amounting to US$ 24,80 million, and the financial account recorded a net inflow of US$ 633,63 million.

According to preliminary data, the net international investment position recorded US$ -6 452,75 million as of 09/30/2023 (or -41,2% as a ratio to GDP), 4,3% more as compared to the end of 2022.

According to preliminary data, the gross external debt of the Republic of Moldova increased by 1,8% as compared to the end of 2022 and totaled 9 763,88 million as of 09/30/2023, which is 62,4% as a ratio to GDP (-3,7 p.p. as against 12/31/2022).

In 2022, the current account of the balance of payments of the Republic of Moldova recorded a deficit amounting to US$ 2 482,26 million, the capital account registered a surplus of US$ 20,18 million, and financial account recorded a net capital inflow amounting to US$ 2 437,66 million. The international investment position recorded US$ -6 184,84 million, while the gross external debt amounted to US$ 9 593,32 million.

The International accounts of the Republic of Moldova comprise the balance of payments, international investment position and gross external debt, the compilation of which is one of the core functions of the National Bank of Moldova (according to the Law on the National Bank of Moldova no.548-XIII of 21 July 1995).

The Coordinated Direct Investment Survey (CDIS) is a worldwide statistical data collection project launched by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in 2009.

The financial situation of the banking sector, according to data submitted by banks, is characterised by growth in assets, loans, own funds, own fund ratio, deposits of individuals, and deposits of legal entities.

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