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Average cash loans declined in Russia

Average cash loans declined in Russia
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The average cash loan has declined in Russia. Back in April, it amounted to 328 thousand rubles, and in May it did not exceed 282 thousand rubles. Such data were announced at the Joint Credit Bureau.

According to experts, one of the main reasons for the reduction is the adjustment by banks of their credit policies. Financiers understand that household incomes have fallen, and people can no longer bear the high credit burden.

The second reason was a decrease in the share of loans by amounts in excess of one million rubles. We are talking about particularly large loans, which before the crisis borrowers took on business development.

As for the layout of the far-eastern regions, in the Khabarovsk Territory and Primorye, the volume of issued loans in cash decreased by 11% and 4%, respectively, in the Irkutsk region - by 5%. A study by the Design Bureau notes that these data are preliminary. Final figures will be published later.

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