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Numbers | January 15, 2015

percent of almost 13,000 people in Europe do not have any savings, the ING International Survey on Savings 2015 found. It rises to a high of 60% in Romania and falls to a low of 20% in the Netherlands. Savings was defined as money readily available (specifically excluding pensions and policies that may pay out in the future)

Source: ING International Survey Savings 2015

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