The BERENT institute in Vilnius has on behalf of the Lithuanian Central Bank conducted a national representative a new study about the Lithuanian households’ financial behaviour. The interviews were conducted during March 2015, in total 1.006 households were interviewed.
The best part of households accumulated financial assets as cash, in an account or by holding deposits with banks and do not intend to change their choice in the near future, shows the latest conducted Survey of the Financial Behaviour of Households, commissioned by the Bank of Lithuania.
Abstract is available on Lithuanian Central Bank’s homepage (in English):
The full report (in Lithuanian):
Source: Lithuanian Central Bank.