yihui yihui yihui
    yihui

    Trade
    Taxes
    Prices
    Money
    Markets
    Labour
    Housing
    Government
    GDP
    Consumer
    Climate
    Business
    Europe
    Latest
    Date
    First Data
    Data Period

    Italy

    3724320
    2024-03-31
    3806050
    Monthly

    Germany

    10597.5
    2024-03-31
    10669.6
    Monthly

    Sweden

    13599700
    2024-02-29
    13497200
    Monthly

    France

    12083900
    2024-03-31
    12118000
    Monthly

    United Kingdom

    4371020
    2024-02-29
    4352520
    Monthly
    Australia
    Latest
    Date
    First Data
    Data Period

    Australia

    5169.5
    2021-03-31
    5280.83
    Quarterly

    New Zealand

    705992
    2024-03-31
    703373
    Monthly
    Asia
    Latest
    Date
    First Data
    Data Period

    China

    730
    2024-04-30
    3090
    Monthly

    Thailand

    24039800
    2024-02-29
    23874900
    Monthly

    Taiwan

    61438000
    2024-03-31
    60733400
    Monthly

    Hong Kong

    27071900
    2024-03-31
    27024300
    Monthly
    America
    Latest
    Date
    First Data
    Data Period

    Canada

    1209660
    2024-01-31
    1208030
    Monthly

    United States

    23322.8
    2024-05-15
    23161.6
    Weekly
    About Banks Balance Sheet

    "A bank balance sheet is an accounting statement used to record a bank's financial position, usually including the bank's assets, liabilities and shareholders' equity. The following is a 400-word introduction to a bank's balance sheet:


    A bank balance sheet is a bank's financial statement that summarizes the bank's financial position. It contains information on all assets, liabilities and shareholders' equity of a bank, and can provide important references for bank management, investors and regulators about the bank's operating conditions.


    The main contents of a bank's balance sheet include:


    Assets: All property and rights owned by a bank, including cash, deposits, investments, loans, real estate, stocks, bonds, etc.


    Liabilities: Debts that banks need to pay to others, including deposits, borrowings, issuing bonds, paying future payables, etc.


    Shareholders' equity: Refers to all the rights and interests of the bank's shareholders in the bank, including ordinary shares, preferred shares, undistributed profits, etc.


    Bank balance sheets are usually grouped by liquidity and long-term, where liquid assets and liabilities refer to assets and liabilities that can be converted into cash within one year, while long-term assets and liabilities can take longer to be converted into cash.


    The preparation of bank balance sheets needs to follow accounting standards and regulations and be audited by independent certified public accountants. This helps ensure accurate and reliable reporting.


    By analyzing the bank's balance sheet, you can understand the bank's source of funds, investment direction, risk management capabilities, and profitability. Therefore, a bank's balance sheet is one of the important indicators for evaluating a bank's financial status, and it is also one of the key factors for investors to evaluate the value of a bank's investment. "

    • Top