The Turkish banking sector's net profit increased 0.42 percent in July compared to the end of July last year, the country's official banking regulation agency announced on Monday.
The net profit of the banking sector reached 16.65 billion Turkish lira (7.3 billion USD) in July, the Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency, BDDK, said.
The Turkish banking sector's assets increased by 6.9 percent in August compared to the end of 2013 but in terms of the U.S. dollar, the bank's holdings decreased by 36 billion USD due to the rising dollar value against the Turkish lira in recent weeks, the agency said.The size of assets reached 1.851 trillion Turkish lira (811 billion USD) as of August 2014 according to provisional figures released by the agency.
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