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The Share Of Russians Who Make Savings In Foreign Currency Dropped Down
30.07.2017 00:43
The Share Of Russians Who Make Savings In Foreign Currency Dropped Down

The share of Russians who make savings in foreign currency has dropped from 19 to 13 percent over the past three years. This is evidenced by the data of the poll conducted by the analytical centre of NAFI.

      Such savings are more likely to be made by the respondents aged 45-54 (18 percent), residents of both capitals (17 percent) and small cities (towns) with a population of 50-100 thousand people (18 percent). At the same time, one third of Russians expect that the dollar will continue to grow (33 percent). Almost the same number of respondents (31 percent) believes that the dollar exchange rate will remain at the same level, and such estimates have become more frequent (26 percent) since last year. The US dollar depreciation is forecasted by 13 percent, and the share of such responses became smaller in comparison with the previous year (21 percent).


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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