Mumbai: The non-food credit in the banking system grew at 6.7% in June 2020, nearly the same levels seen in May 2020. It was however lower than the growth of 11.1% seen in June last year.
According to the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) latest sectoral data, total non-food credit outstandings amounted to ₹9047014 crore as of June 2020.
While most of the sectors — including agriculture, industry, services— showed a slowdown in credit growth, consumer durables, computer software and tourism & hotels saw a jump in credit growth on a year on year basis.
According to RBI’s data, growth to agriculture and allied activities declined to 2.4% compared to 8.7% during the same period last year.
Credit growth to industry decelerated down to 2.2% at the end of June 2020 compared to 6.4% during the same period last year. Within industry, loan offtake growth by the large industry segment declined to 3.7% at ₹2426844 crore from 7.6% a year ago.
The data further said credit growth to the services sector decelerated to 10.7% ( ₹2528489 crore) in June 2020 from 13% last January. Within services, credit growth to computer software increased to 12.5% at the end of June 2020 compared to 0.1% a year ago. Credit growth to tourism, hotels and restaurants also increased to 16.8% at the end of June 2020 as against 8.2% a year ago
Personal loans too grew by 10.5% in June 2020, slower than 16.6% during the same period last year. Credit card outstandings fell by over ₹10,000 crore to ₹97586 crore, showing a growth of 2.8% as against 27.5% a year ago.