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The savings rate is among the most significant contributors to the current account deficit and the lack of savings increases the vulnerability of the economy.
personal savings rate -- personal savings as a percentage of disposable personal income or income after taxes that is not spent on personal consumption expenditures, interest payments, or transfer payments -- tracks the availability of the economic resources that prospective entrepreneurs depend on to finance new businesses.
Gross National Savings rate hovered in the 17-20 percent range, whereas over the last three years it has hovered in the 11-13 percent range.
Two concepts resonate loudest in this regard--automatic enrollment of plan participants and automatic escalation of participants' default savings rate.
In their article, Guidolin and La Jeunesse investigate whether the decline in the measured savings rate is real or if the measured rate is deviating from the true, underlying rate of personal savings.
The savings rate, or the share of savings as a percentage of total household disposable income, in the year to last March dropped by 0.
For the first time since the Great Depression, Americans have a negative savings rate.
Given this context, it is little surprise that the average American's personal savings rate was a negative 0.
The savings rate in the United States is negative 0.
Last week's report that Americans' savings rate had dipped into negative territory for the first time since 1933 triggered a spike in the head-shaking index, as commentators deplored Americans' spendthrift ways.
economy is fairly strong, due in part to its high savings rate, human capital, openness of economy and flexibility of its labor markets.
To predict the national savings rate for Korea over the next several decades, he uses a life-cycle model that incorporates the generational accounting approach needed to assess the distribution of fiscal burden across generations.

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