Czech household debts to banks and financial institutions in November grew by 7.8 billion crowns to 1,210 billion against October, and their annual growth reached 52.6 billion, the Czech National Bank said on Tuesday. Debts of companies posted a rise of 25.4 billion to more than 1,000 billion crowns against the previous month. Year-on-year they rose by nearly 39 billion. One-day deposits of households at banks and financial institutions increased by 2.2 billion crowns month-on-month and by 78.9 billion year-on-year to 1,210 billion.
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