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Russians have less overdue debts on consumer loans

Russians have less overdue debts on consumer loans
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For Russian citizens, debts on overdue consumer loans decreased by 7,6%. These conclusions were reached at Equifax Credit Bureau. At the end of 2019, their volume amounted to 486 billion rubles.

According to TASS, statistics included payments on loans, delinquencies for which exceeded 90 days. Experts note the decline amid growing portfolios of consumer loans, which, in their opinion, indicates the solvency of customers and the fact that banks began to transfer debts at earlier stages.

The total debt on consumer loans from Russians is 4,7 trillion rubles. Of these, 486 billion rubles - delays of more than 90 days, 2 billion rubles - from one to 20 days, 1,5 billion - from 30 to 59 days, and 2,4 billion rubles - from 60 to 90 days of delay.

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