Croatian household financial assets rise in Q1

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At the end of the first quarter of 2021, Croatian citizens' financial assets totaled HRK 545.3 billion (EUR 72.64 billion), up 8.4% on the year, according to central bank data.

Compared to the end of 2020, the increase was 2%.

Deposits continued to dominate in household financial assets, exceeding HRK 271 billion (EUR 36.1 billion) and making up almost 50% of those assets, followed by insurance and pensions (over HRK 152 billion), and equity, shares and investment funds (over HRK 100 billion), data showed. 

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