Business credit grew 0.9 percent in May after increasing 1.0 percent in April and 1.4 percent in March.
Personal credit, on its side, showed a rate of 2.1 percent in May higher than the one observed in April (1.3 percent).
Within the latter, consumer credits grew 2.1 percent (0.9 percent in April) and mortgages grew 2.1 percent (1.7 percent in April).
In May total liquidity in the private sector grew 1.2 percent (S/. 1.91 billion) and thus accumulated an annual growth rate of 16.4 percent.
Liquidity in soles increased 2.4 percent (S/. 2.49 billion) and registered a growth rate of 25.8 percent in the last 12 months.
While liquidity in dollars dropped 1.0 percent (negative flow of US$ 213 million) and registered a growth rate of 1.6 percent in 2011.