Bankstats tables

These datasets provide more detailed breakdowns and longer time series of some of the data we publish in our statistical releases, alongside other statistics we compile.

Overview

This data consists of: money and lending; monetary financial institutions' balance sheets; further analyses of deposits and lending; external business of banks operating in the UK, public sector debt and the money markets (including gilt repo and stock lending); sterling commercial paper, other debt securities, capital issues; financial derivatives and interest and exchange rates.

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2020/2021 release dates

  • 29 October 2020 (September 2020 data)
  • 30 November 2020 (October 2020 data)
  • 4 January 2021 (November 2020 data)
  • 1 February 2021 (December 2020 data)
  • 1 March 2021 (January 2021 data)
  • 29 March 2021 (February 2021 data)
  • 4 May 2021 (March 2021 data)
  • 2 June 2021 (April 2021 data)
  • 29 June 2021 (May 2021 data)

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If you have an enquiry regarding Bankstats data, email: dsd_editor@bankofengland.co.uk

Charging policy

If an external request for data cannot be answered by referring to existing published sources such as: Bankstats, Statistical Releases (free), annual Statistical Abstract, Financial Statistics (ONS publication) or the Internet pages; Data and Statistics Division (DSD) may be able to provide such data on an ad-hoc basis. 

In such cases DSD will provide these data free of charge for customers from Central Government (HMT, ONS and other UK government departments), International Organisations (BIS, Eurostat, EMI, IMF, OECD, etc) and other Central Banks or Governments.  For other customers DSD reserves the right to make a reasonable charge, agreed in advance, and based on the resource cost, should it incur significant costs in providing the requested data normally exceeding one half of a person day.


*SA = seasonally adjusted
*NSA = not seasonally adjusted

Money and lending

Monetary financial institutions' balance sheets, income and expenditure

Further analyses of deposits and lending