Nov 13 (Reuters) - Oman's M2 money supply grew 4.6 percent
year-on-year at the end of September, the slowest rate since
January 2010, after a 7.3 percent rise in the previous month,
central bank data showed on Wednesday.
Bank lending grew 8.7 percent in September, slightly down
from 9.0 percent in August.
OMAN MONEY SUPPLY END-SEPT 13 END-AUG 13 END-SEPT 12
M1 change yr/yr (pct) 4.8 6.8 9.3
M2 change yr/yr 4.6 7.3 13.2
M2-M1 change yr/yr 4.6 7.5 15.2
Total credit yr/yr 8.7 9.0 17.4
OMAN C.BANK FOREIGN ASSETS
bln rials 6.222 6.183 5.646
change yr/yr (pct) 10.2 9.0 13.3
NOTE. Percentage changes are Reuters calculations based on the
(Reporting by Martin Dokoupil; Editing by Andrew Torchia)
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