personal savings rate

personal savings rate
personal savings rate UK US (also personal saving rate) noun [C, usually singular]
FINANCE the percentage of the money people have available that they save in a bank, etc. rather than spending it: »

Incomes rose, but the personal savings rate fell.

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The personal saving rate stood at just 0.2% of disposable personal income.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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