TALLINN - Estonia’s central bank, Eesti Pank, announced the results of a study by TNS Emor that indicates that the number of families able to save every month has fallen in Estonia, reports LETA.Research by TNS Emor on the financial behavior of Estonian households shows that 65 percent of households are able to put some money aside every month if needed. Two years ago the percentage of families saying they could save was 72 percent. The proportion of families who have some money saved fell in the same period from 55 percent to 53 percent, but the general attitude towards savin...
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