Family indebtedness hits new record high at 51%

According to data from the Central Bank (BC), bank debts reached 51% of accumulated household income in the previous 12 months. The previous record had been recorded in the month of October 2020, with 49.81% of earnings. The historical series began in January 2015. Included in the account are all debts with banks, including those for home financing. In January 2019 – that is, before the pandemic -, this indicator was 45.19%.

Source: Infomoney