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As at 31st January 2017, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK71.188 billions(NOK55.354 billions from bank and NOK15.834 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK0.15 billions or 0.21% compares to NOK71.038 billions as at 31st December 2016.

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Monthly outstanding balance for consumer credits 2016

As at 31st January 2016, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK65.852 billions(NOK50.559 billions from bank and NOK15.293 billions from finance companies), a decrease of NOK0.542 billions or 0.82% compares to NOK66.394 billions as at 31st December 2015.

As at 29th February 2016, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK65.572 billions(NOK50.145 billions from bank and NOK15.427 billions from finance companies), a decrease of NOK0.28 billions or 0.43% compares to NOK65.852 billions as at 31st January 2016.

As at 31st March 2016, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK66.967 billions(NOK51.410 billions from bank and NOK15.557 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK1.395 billions or 2.13% compares to NOK65.572 billions as at 29th February 2016.

As at 30th April 2016, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK68.688 billions(NOK52.646 billions from bank and NOK16.042 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK1.721 billions or 2.57% compares to NOK66.967 billions as at 31st March 2016.

As at 31st May 2016, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK70.507 billions(NOK54.081 billions from bank and NOK16.426 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK1.819 billions or 2.65% compares to NOK68.688 billions as at 30th April 2016.

As at 30th June 2016, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK67.170 billions(NOK51.278 billions from bank and NOK15.892 billions from finance companies), a decrease of NOK3.337 billions or 4.73% compares to NOK70.507 billions as at 31st May 2016.

As at 31st July 2016, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK68.017 billions(NOK52.343 billions from bank and NOK15.674 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK0.847 billions or 1.26% compares to NOK67.170 billions as at 30th June 2016.

As at 31st August 2016, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK68.880 billions(NOK53.086 billions from bank and NOK15.794 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK0.863 billions or 1.27% compares to NOK68.017 billions as at 31st July 2016.

As at 30th September 2016, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK70.088 billions(NOK54.085 billions from bank and NOK16.003 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK1.208 billions or 1.75% compares to NOK68.880 billions as at 31st August 2016.

As at 31st October 2016, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK71.091 billions(NOK54.978 billions from bank and NOK16.113 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK1.003 billions or 1.43% compares to NOK70.088 billions as at 30th September 2016.

As at 30th November 2016, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK72.001 billions(NOK55.625 billions from bank and NOK16.376 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK0.9100 billions or 1.28% compares to NOK71.091 billions as at 31st October 2016.

As at 31st December 2016, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK71.038 billions(NOK55.230 billions from bank and NOK15.808 billions from finance companies), a decrease of NOK0.9630 billions or 1.34% compares to NOK72.001 billions as at 30th November 2016.

Yearly outstanding balance for consumer credits

As at 31st December 2016, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK71.038 billions(NOK55.230 billions from bank and NOK15.808 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK4.644 billions or 6.99% compares to NOK66.394 billions as at 31st December 2015.

As at 31st December 2015, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK66.394 billions(NOK50.920 billions from bank and NOK15.474 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK1.267 billions or 1.95% compares to NOK65.127 billions as at 31st December 2014.

As at 31st December 2014, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK65.127 billions(NOK50.053 billions from bank and NOK15.074 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK2.262 billions or 3.60% compares to NOK62.865 billions as at 31st December 2013.

As at 31st December 2013, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK62.865 billion(NOK48.751 billions from bank and NOK14.114 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK4.151 billions or 7.07% compares to NOK58.714 billions as at 31st December 2012. This is mainly due to 9.3% increase in loans disbursement from finance companies.

As at 31st December 2012, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK58.714 billion(NOK45.801 billions from bank and NOK12.913 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK141 millions or 0.24% compares to NOK58.573 billions as at 31st December 2011.

As at 31st December 2011, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK58.573 billion(NOK47.140 billions from bank and NOK11.433 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK1.536 billions or 2.69% compares to NOK57.037 billions as at 31st December 2010.

As at 31st December 2010, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK57.037 billion(NOK45.571 billions from bank and NOK11.466 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK1.109 billions or 1.98% compares to NOK55.928 billions(NOK44.470 billions from bank and NOK11.458 billions from finance companies) as at 31st December 2009.

Monthly outstanding balance for consumer credits 2015

As at 31st December 2015, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK66.394 billions(NOK50.920 billions from bank and NOK15.474 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK1.368 billions or 2.10% compares to NOK65.026 billions as at 30th November 2015.

As at 30th November 2015, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK65.026 billions(NOK49.175 billions from bank and NOK15.851 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK0.692 billions or 1.08% compares to NOK64.334 billions as at 31st October 2015.

As at 31st October 2015, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK64.334 billions(NOK48.652 billions from bank and NOK15.682 billions from finance companies), a decrease of NOK0.098 billions or 0.15% compares to NOK64.432 billions as at 30th September 2015.

As at 30th September 2015, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK64.432 billions(NOK48.867 billions from bank and NOK15.565 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK0.806 billions or 1.27% compares to NOK63.626 billions as at 31st August 2015.

As at 31st August 2015, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK63.626 billions(NOK48.485 billions from bank and NOK15.141 billions from finance companies), a decrease of NOK0.152 billions or 0.24% compares to NOK63.778 billions as at 31st July 2015.

As at 31st July 2015, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK63.778 billions(NOK48.633 billions from bank and NOK15.145 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK0.539 billions or 0.85% compares to NOK63.239 billions as at 30th June 2015.

As at 30th June 2015, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK63.239 billions(NOK47.806 billions from bank and NOK15.433 billions from finance companies), a decrease of NOK2.712 billions or 4.11% compares to NOK65.951 billions as at 31st May 2015.

As at 31st May 2015, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK65.951 billions(NOK50.210 billions from bank and NOK15.741 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK0.821 billions or 1.26% compares to NOK65.130 billions as at 30th April 2015.

As at 30th April 2015, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK65.130 billions(NOK49.735 billions from bank and NOK15.395 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK0.368 billions or 0.57% compares to NOK64.762 billions as at 31st March 2015.

As at 31st March 2015, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK64.762 billions(NOK49.483 billions from bank and NOK15.279 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK2.024 billions or 3.23% compares to NOK62.738 billions as at 28th February 2015.

As at 28th February 2015, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK62.738 billions(NOK47.957 billions from bank and NOK14.781 billions from finance companies), a decrease of NOK1.183 billions or 1.85% compares to NOK63.921 billions as at 31st January 2015.

As at 31st January 2015, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK63.921 billions(NOK49.094 billions from bank and NOK14.827 billions from finance companies), a decrease of NOK1.206 billions or 1.85% compares to NOK65.127 billions as at 31st December 2014.

Monthly outstanding balance for consumer credits 2014

As at 31st December 2014, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK65.127 billions(NOK50.053 billions from bank and NOK15.074 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK1.664 billions or 2.62% compares to NOK63.463 billions as at 30th November 2014.

As at 30th November 2014, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK63.463 billions(NOK48.143 billions from bank and NOK15.320 billions from finance companies), a decrease of NOK10 millions or 0.02% compares to NOK63.473 billions as at 31st October 2014.

As at 31st October 2014, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK63.473 billions(NOK48.286 billions from bank and NOK15.187 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK768 millions or 1.22% compares to NOK62.705 billions as at 30th September 2014.

As at 30th September 2014, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK62.705 billions(NOK47.910 billions from bank and NOK14.795 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK1.020 billions or 1.65% compares to NOK61.685 billions as at 31st August 2014

As at 31st August 2014, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK61.685 billion(NOK47.188 billions from bank and NOK14.497 billions from finance companies), a decrease of NOK389 millions or 0.63% compares to NOK62.074 billions as at 31st July 2014.

As at 31st July 2014, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK62.074 billions(NOK47.492 billions from bank and NOK14.582 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK51 millions or 0.08% compares to NOK62.023 billions as at 30th June 2014.

As at 30th June 2014, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK62.023 billions(NOK47.251 billions from bank and NOK14.772 billions from finance companies), a decrease of NOK2.838 billions or 4.38% compares to NOK64.861 billions as at 31st May 2014.

As at 31st May 2014, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK64.861 billions(NOK49.532 billions from bank and NOK15.329 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK1.382 billions or 2.18% compares to NOK63.479 billions as at 30th April 2014.

As at 30th April 2014, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK63.479 billions(NOK48.643 billions from bank and NOK14.836 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK1.088 billions or 1.74% compares to NOK62.391 billions as at 31st March 2014.

As at 31st March 2014, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK62.391 billions(NOK47.801 billions from bank and NOK14.590 billions from finance companies), an increase of NOK1.528 billions or 2.51% compares to NOK60.863 billions as at 28th February 2014.

As at 28th February 2014, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK60.863 billions(NOK46.649 billions from bank and NOK14.214 billions from finance companies), a decrease of NOK1.048 billions or 1.69% compares to NOK61.911 billions as at 31st January 2014.

As at 31st January 2014, the outstanding balance for credit cards and unsecured loans in Norway stood at NOK61.911 billions(NOK47.903 billions from bank and NOK14.008 billions from finance companies), a decrease of NOK954 millions or 1.52% compares to NOK62.865 billions as at 31st December 2013.

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