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Lending by euro-area banks to companies and households rose for the first time in three years in a sign that record monetary stimulus is finally reaching the economy.
Bank lending increased 0.1 percent in March from a year earlier, the ECB said in a statement on Wednesday. Loans had posted annual declines in every month since May 2012. Lending climbed 0.2 percent from February.
The ECB has used an array of unconventional tools to encourage credit flows to bolster the region’s sluggish economic recovery. The central bank’s quarterly survey published this month showed the measures are spurring lending even as financial institutions feel the pinch of tighter margins.
“With its more aggressive stance, the ECB is finally bringing the euro zone back to at least trend growth,” said Holger Schmieding, chief economist at Berenberg Bank in London. “Money and credit point to a firming business cycle.”
Euro-Area Bank Lending Increases for First Time Since 2012 - Bloomberg Business