EBS research shows increase in regular saving

The second EBS Consumer Savings Sentiment Research findings released earlier this month found that people’s attitudes to saving have shifted in the last six months.

21st February, 2009

The second EBS Consumer Savings Sentiment Research findings released earlier this month found that people’s attitudes to saving have shifted in the last six months.

The findings showed an increase of 4 per cent in the number of people saving a set amount of money each month in a dedicated savings account (an increase from36 per cent in August to 40 per cent in January and a drop in the number claiming not...

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