Have you ever wondered who makes more spending and saving choices in the average household? Researchers for the Think Forward...
Who shares the blame for your financial choices? Other people may affect the decisions even if you manage the money yourself, a study shows.
trillion euros were spent globally on luxury goods, including fancy cars, expensive hospitality and
times people’s average annual disposable income is held in assets (such as savings or property)
years was the average age of a light vehicle, including private cars
million light vehicles, including small cars and SUVs, were sold in 2014 worldwide – a 3.9% rise helped along by people's rising incomes, according to research
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How long do you travel from home to work?
I drive less because petrol prices have risen
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