External liabilities of monetary financial institutions operating in the UK fell by $93.0 billion during Q4 2011. The largest fall was reported on Developed Countries, driven by a decrease in liabilities to the Netherlands. Liabilities to Offshore Centres also decreased, more than accounted for by a fall in liabilities to Jersey. Liabilities to Developing Countries increased, more than accounted for by a rise in liabilities to China.
During Q4 2011, external claims
of monetary financial institutions operating in the UK fell by $142.0 billion. The fall in claims was more than accounted for by Developed Countries, with the largest decreases against Germany and the United States. Claims on Offshore Centres also fell, more than accounted for by a decrease in claims on Jersey. Claims on Developing Countries increased, with the largest rises reported against Russia and Qatar.
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