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In Russia, the average amount of debt to banks has grown

In Russia, the average amount of debt to banks has grown
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At the end of 2019, the debt of the average borrower of a Russian bank increased by 11% and amounted to 249 thousand rubles. Over three years, personal debt to creditors increased by 30%. According to experts, the reason for this dynamics is the activity of banks in offering pre-approved loans.

As the RIA News with reference to the press service of credit histories "Equifax", the most active amount of personal debt is growing among young borrowers aged 22-25. In 2019, the average amount of debt of this category of borrowers increased by 14% - to 134,7 thousand rubles. Debt obligations to bank customers aged 26-30 years increased by 14% - up to 243,4 thousand rubles.

The percentage of debt to the bank and to debtors aged 31-40 has increased: the average amount of debt is 319 thousand rubles per person, which is 12,5% ​​more than a year earlier. Debt is also growing among borrowers aged 41-50. Their average debt increased by 10,7% over the year and amounted to 308 thousand rubles.



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