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Households’ financial investment rose in 2020
Euro area households invested €1,070 billion in financial assets in 2020, up from €618 billion in 2019. Households consumed less and saved more in response to the coronavirus pandemic. These savings resulted in an increase in bank deposits and purchases of shares on the stock market.Euro area economic and financial developments by institutional sector
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Monetary developments in the euro area
See the latest growth rates of loans to households and firms, as well as how quickly the money supply is increasing.Statistics data releases on monetary developments
Statistics governance and quality framework
European national central banks place great importance on producing high-quality statistics. They are committed to good governance, use high quality standards and guarantee the confidentiality of information.Governance and quality framework
Investment fund statistics
Read the latest statistics on the outstanding amounts of shares or units issued by investment funds, exchange-traded funds and money market funds in the euro area.Investment fund statistics
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Euro area economic and financial developments by institutional sector (Dataset: QSA)
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National balance sheet of euro area monetary financial institutions, excluding the Eurosystem (Dataset: BSI)
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