Sverdlovsk Region’s Lowest Debt Ratio Goes Up 1.39%

18 October 2019 (09:09)

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, October 18, 2019. Sverdlovsk Region came 16th in the national rating of constituencies with the lowest debt ratios. The constituency’s debt ratio increased by 1.39% in the last six months and came to 23.6% (against 22.21% in April 2019).

In the last six months, the mean debt ratio went up most noticeably in Perm Territory (+3.08%), Kirov Region (+2.8%), and the Republic of Komi (+2.72%). According to the National Credit History Bureau, the debt ratio increased least noticeably in Primorsky Territory (+0.42%), the Republic of Khakassia (+0.65%), and Khabarovsk Territory (+0.71%).

It should be noted that the mean debt ratio increased in every single part of Russia in the given period. The household debt figures are now at their highest in Amur Region (30.41%), Kirov Region (29.45%), and Orenburg Region (28.64%) and at their lowest in Primorsky Territory (21.74%), Bryansk Region (21.96%), and Moscow (22.21%).

In Russia on the whole, the debt ratio went up by 1.64% and reached 24.63% on October 1, 2019 (against 22.99% on April 1, 2019).

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