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Croatian households' financial assets grow in Q3

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The financial assets of Croatian households totaled HRK 576 billion (EUR 77 billion) at the end of the third quarter of 2021, up 2.2% compared to the previous quarter, the country's central bank said on Tuesday, according to a report by Seenews.

The financial liabilities of households amounted to HRK 156 billion at the end of September, up 1.2% compared to the end of June, the bank said in a quarterly report.

The financial net worth of households increased to HRK 420 billion in the third quarter, up by 2.6% from the end of the previous quarter, continuing its steady growth, it said.

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