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The consumer credit outstanding balance in Sweden stood at SEK190,464 millions as at 31st January 2017, an increase by SEK2,795 millions or 1.49% compares to SEK187,669 millions as at 31st December 2016. The SEK190,464 millions outstanding consumer credit is made up of SEK158,695 millions lending by banks, SEK31,566 millions lending by finance companies and SEK203 millions by housing credit institutions.

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Monthly consumer credit outstanding balances 2016 in SEK

The consumer credit outstanding balance in Sweden stood at SEK182,089 millions as at 31st January 2016, an increase by SEK625 millions or 0.34% compares to SEK181,464 millions as at 31st December 2015. The SEK182,757 millions outstanding consumer credit is made up of SEK151,666 millions lending by banks, SEK30,177 millions lending by finance companies and SEK246 millions by housing credit institutions.

The consumer credit outstanding balance in Sweden stood at SEK181,113 millions as at 29th February 2016, a decrease by SEK976 millions or 0.54% compares to SEK182,089 millions as at 31st January 2016. The SEK181,786 millions outstanding consumer credit is made up of SEK150,620 millions lending by banks, SEK30,249 millions lending by finance companies and SEK244 millions by housing credit institutions.

The consumer credit outstanding balance in Sweden stood at SEK178,487 millions as at 31st March 2016, a decrease by SEK2,626 millions or 1.45% compares to SEK181,113 millions as at 29th February 2016. The SEK178,487 millions outstanding consumer credit is made up of SEK149,795 millions lending by banks, SEK28,457 millions lending by finance companies and SEK235 millions by housing credit institutions.

The consumer credit outstanding balance in Sweden stood at SEK180,525 millions as at 30th April 2016, an increase by SEK2,038 millions or 1.14% compares to SEK178,487 millions as at 31st March 2016. The SEK180,525 millions outstanding consumer credit is made up of SEK151,744 millions lending by banks, SEK28,543 millions lending by finance companies and SEK239 millions by housing credit institutions.

The consumer credit outstanding balance in Sweden stood at SEK181,498 millions as at 31st May 2016, an increase by SEK973 millions or 0.54% compares to SEK180,525 millions as at 30th April 2016. The SEK181,498 millions outstanding consumer credit is made up of SEK152,656 millions lending by banks, SEK28,593 millions lending by finance companies and SEK249 millions by housing credit institutions.

The consumer credit outstanding balance in Sweden stood at SEK183,067 millions as at 30th June 2016, an increase by SEK1,569 millions or 0.86% compares to SEK181,498 millions as at 31st May 2016. The SEK183,067 millions outstanding consumer credit is made up of SEK153,503 millions lending by banks, SEK29,319 millions lending by finance companies and SEK245 millions by housing credit institutions.

The consumer credit outstanding balance in Sweden stood at SEK183,923 millions as at 31st July 2016, an increase by SEK856 millions or 0.47% compares to SEK183,067 millions as at 30th June 2016. The SEK183,923 millions outstanding consumer credit is made up of SEK154,171 millions lending by banks, SEK29,499 millions lending by finance companies and SEK253 millions by housing credit institutions.

The consumer credit outstanding balance in Sweden stood at SEK183,255 millions as at 31st August 2016, a decrease by SEK668 millions or 0.36% compares to SEK183,923 millions as at 31st July 2016. The SEK183,255 millions outstanding consumer credit is made up of SEK153,537 millions lending by banks, SEK29,467 millions lending by finance companies and SEK252 millions by housing credit institutions.

The consumer credit outstanding balance in Sweden stood at SEK184,546 millions as at 30th September 2016, an increase by SEK1,291 millions or 0.70% compares to SEK183,255 millions as at 31st August 2016. The SEK184,546 millions outstanding consumer credit is made up of SEK154,468 millions lending by banks, SEK29,837 millions lending by finance companies and SEK241 millions by housing credit institutions.

The consumer credit outstanding balance in Sweden stood at SEK185,040 millions as at 31st October 2016, an increase by SEK494 millions or 0.27% compares to SEK184,546 millions as at 30th September 2016. The SEK185,040 millions outstanding consumer credit is made up of SEK155,657 millions lending by banks, SEK29,167 millions lending by finance companies and SEK216 millions by housing credit institutions.

The consumer credit outstanding balance in Sweden stood at SEK185,964 millions as at 30th November 2016, an increase by SEK924 millions or 0.50% compares to SEK185,040 millions as at 31st October 2016. The SEK185,964 millions outstanding consumer credit is made up of SEK156,508 millions lending by banks, SEK29,249 millions lending by finance companies and SEK206 millions by housing credit institutions.

The consumer credit outstanding balance in Sweden stood at SEK187,669 millions as at 31st December 2016, an increase by SEK1,705 millions or 0.92% compares to SEK185,964 millions as at 30th November 2016. The SEK187,669 millions outstanding consumer credit is made up of SEK155,881 millions lending by banks, SEK31,570 millions lending by finance companies and SEK218 millions by housing credit institutions.

Monthly consumer credit outstanding balances 2016 in Euro

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,908 millions as at 31st January 2016, a decrease by €191 millions or 0.95% compares to €20,099 millions as at 31st December 2015.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,865 millions as at 29th February 2016, a decrease by €43 millions or 0.22% compares to €19,908 millions as at 31st January 2016.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,785 millions as at 31st March 2016, an increase by €80 millions or 0.40% compares to €19,865 millions as at 29th February 2016.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,100 millions as at 30th April 2016, an increase by €315 millions or 1.59% compares to €19,785 millions as at 31st March 2016.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,963 millions as at 31st May 2016, a decrease by €137 millions or 0.68% compares to €20,100 millions as at 30th April 2016.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,852 millions as at 30th June 2016, a decrease by €111 millions or 0.56% compares to €19,963 millions as at 31st May 2016.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,632 millions as at 31st July 2016, a decrease by €220 millions or 1.11% compares to €19,852 millions as at 30th June 2016.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,679 millions as at 31st August 2016, a decrease by €47 millions or 0.24% compares to €19,632 millions as at 31st July 2016.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,602 millions as at 30th September 2016, a decrease by €77 millions or 0.39% compares to €19,679 millions as at 31st August 2016.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,163 millions as at 31st October 2016, a decrease by €439 millions or 2.24% compares to €19,602 millions as at 30th September 2016.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,477 millions as at 30th November 2016, an increase by €314 millions or 1.64% compares to €19,163 millions as at 31st October 2016.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,083 millions as at 31st December 2016, an increase by €606 millions or 3.11% compares to €19,477 millions as at 30th November 2016.

Monthly consumer credit outstanding balances 2015

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,099 millions as at 31st December 2015, a decrease by €243 millions or 1.19% compares to €20,342 millions as at 30th November 2015.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,342 millions as at 30th November 2015, an increase by €205 millions or 1.02% compares to €20,137 millions as at 31st October 2015.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,137 millions as at 31st October 2015, an increase by €130 millions or 0.65% compares to €20,007 millions as at 30th September 2015.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,007 millions as at 30th September 2015, an increase by €260 millions or 1.32% compares to €19,747 millions as at 31st August 2015.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,747 millions as at 31st August 2015, a decrease by €154 millions or 0.77% compares to €19,901 millions as at 31st July 2015.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,901 millions as at 31st July 2015, a decrease by €649 millions or 3.16% compares to €20,550 millions as at 30th June 2015.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,550 millions as at 30th June 2015, an increase by €355 millions or 1.76% compares to €20,195 millions as at 31st May 2015.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,195 millions as at 31st May 2015, an increase by €161 millions or 0.80% compares to €20,034 millions as at 30th April 2015.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,034 millions as at 30th April 2015, an increase by €207 millions or 1.04% compares to €19,827 millions as at 31st March 2015.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,827 millions as at 31st March 2015, an increase by €258 millions or 1.32% compares to €19,569 millions as at 28th February 2015.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,569 millions as at 28th February 2015, a decrease by €81 millions or 0.41% compares to €19,650 millions as at 31st January 2015.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,650 millions as at 31st January 2015, an increase by €221 millions or 1.14% compares to €19,429 millions as at 31st December 2014.

Monthly consumer credit outstanding balances 2014

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,429 millions as at 31st December 2014, a decrease by €359 millions or 1.81% compares to €19,788 millions as at 30th November 2014.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,788 millions as at 30th November 2014, a decrease by €85 millions or 0.43% compares to €19,873 millions as at 31st October 2014.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,873 millions as at 31st October 2014, a decrease by €202 millions or 1.01% compares to €20,075 millions as at 30th September 2014.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,076 millions as at 30th September 2014, an increase by €170 millions or 0.85% compares to €19,906 millions as at 31st August 2014.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,906 millions as at 31st August 2014, an increase by €151 millions or 0.76% compares to €19,755 millions as at 31st July 2014.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,755 millions as at 31st July 2014, a decrease by €161 millions or 0.81% compares to €19,916 millions as at 30th June 2014.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,916 millions as at 30th June 2014, a decrease by €78 millions or 0.39% compares to €19,994 millions as at 31st May 2014.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,994 millions as at 31st May 2014, an increase by €121 millions or 0.61% compares to €19,873 millions as at 30th April 2014.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,873 millions as at 30th April 2014, a decrease by €152 millions or 0.76% compares to €20,025 millions as at 31st March 2014.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,025 millions as at 31st March 2014, a decrease by €111 millions or 0.55% compares to €20,136 millions as at 28th February 2014.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,136 millions as at 28th February 2014, a decrease by €85 millions or 0.42% compares to €20,221 millions as at 31st January 2014.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,221 millions as at 31st January 2014, an increase by €149 millions or 0.74% compares to €20,072 millions as at 31st December 2013.

Monthly consumer credit outstanding balances 2013

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,072 millions as at 31st December 2013, an increase by €200 millions or 1.01% compares to €19,872 millions as at 30th November 2013.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,872 millions as at 30th November 2013, a decrease by €175 millions or 0.87% compares to €20,047 millions as at 31st October 2013.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,047 millions as at 31st October 2013, a decrease by €261 millions or 1.29% compares to €20,308 millions millions as at 30th September 2013.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,308 millions as at 30th September 2013, an increase by €193 millions or 0.96% compares to €20,115 millions as at 31st August 2013.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,115 millions as at 31st August 2013, a decrease by €29 millions or 0.14% compares to €20,144 millions as at 31st July 2013.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,144 millions as at 31st July 2013, an increase by €14 millions or 0.07% compares to €20,130 millions as at 30th June 2013.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,130 millions as at 30th June 2013, a decrease by €381 millions or 1.86% compares to €20,511 millions as at 31st May 2013.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,511 millions as at 31st May 2013, a decrease by €36 millions or 0.18% compares to €20,458 millions as at 30th April 2013.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,458 millions as at 30th April 2013, a decrease by €306 millions or 1.47% compares to €20,764 millions as at 31st March 2013.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,764 millions as at 31st March 2013, an increase by €291 millions or 1.42% compares to €20,473 millions as at 28th February 2013.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €20,473 millions as at 28th February 2013, an increase by €747 millions or 2.37% compares to €19,999 millions as at 31st January 2013.

The consumer credit outstanding balance stood at €19,999 millions as at 31st January 2013, a decrease by €35 millions or 0.17% compares to €20,034 millions as at 31st December 2012.

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