According to an Allianz study, every Austrian gives away around EUR 1,000 due to few investments in stocks and securities.

In its study, "Die Rendite der privaten Geldvermögen", the Allianz Group examines the manner in which, subject to the conditions created by low interest policies, the monetary assets of private households have developed in nine euro zone countries since 2012. The study shows marked, international differences with regard to both the investment mix and the related returns. In a comment on the findings, Martin Bruckner, the spokesperson of the Allianz Investmentbank AG and Chief Investment Officer of the Allianz Group in Austria obseved that: "Austria's private households have continued 'to save their way to penury'."

Study (German)

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According to an Allianz study, every Austrian gives away around EUR 1,000 due to few investments in stocks and securities

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