Romanians save on average EUR 58 monthly


Romanians save on average RON 309 per month (some EUR 58) on an average, net salary of RON 3,541 (a little over EUR 700), the latest edition of Erste Group's yearly survey Money Matters showed, according to a report by Romania-insider. 

The average monthly sum saved up in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) is of EUR 120, a 31.86% increase compared to 2017, when the sum amounted to EUR 91.

The RON 309 sum saved monthly represents an 8.5% increase compared to 2020, and a 14.8% increase compared to 2019.

The residents of Austria lead the savings ranking in the surveyed CEE region with an average of EUR 344 monthly, followed by citizens of Slovakia with EUR 123, and Czechs with EUR 119.

Hungarians manage to save EUR 83, while Croatians EUR 72, and Serbians EUR 47. 


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