Among 17 euro zone members, Slovakians the poorest by net value of their assets, statistics shows, published by Swedish business paper Dagens Industri last week. In a survey in which Credit Suisse and Oxford University measured the net value of assets held by residents of euro zone countries in 2012, Estonian households had in average €21,000 worth of assets. The figure put Estonians second-poorest in euro zone and ahead only of Slovakia that posted €19,000 per person. In 2012, the top six were Luxembourg (€119,000), France (€206,000), Belgium (€181,000), Italy (€165,000) and Austria (139,000). Germans had average net assets worth €135,000 and was ranked only seventh richest in the euro zone. Finland was 10th with €113,000, followed by Cyprus (€87,000), Spain (€81,000) and Greece (€70,000). Central banks of euro zone countries have been collecting information about household assets since 2006.