Savings rate

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Savings rate

Personal savings as a percentage of disposable personal income.

Savings Rate

The amount a person or organization places in a savings account or similar vehicle as a percentage of total disposable income. Savings are important for long term financial stability as it gives a person or organization a cushion for bad times. The savings rate may be calculated at microeconomic level for personal finances or may be aggregated at the national level to gauge financial health. A low or negative savings rate usually indicates excessive borrowing, spending, or both. On the other hand, a high savings rate may result in slower economic growth as persons and companies are saving instead of purchasing goods and services. See also: Rainy day fund.
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He said that production from Asphalt Plant of MPO Directorate helped to save Rs 37 per cent of expenses and this saving ratio could further increase by providing more heavy machinery and latest technical facilities.
According to his entry form, clear and transparent communication is important, and as a result of all his efforts, he has managed to achieve the highest saving ratio according to YTD achieved savings vs target among all areas, while also exceeding the regional and global benchmark scores of the company.
Separate figures released as part of a data dump by the statistics watchdog showed that the households saving ratio rose from 3.
The saving ratio has fallen again this quarter to a new record low, partly as a result of higher tax payments, reducing disposable income.
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He said that around 600 children are admitted in the emergency of the NICH daily and the life saving ratio of the admitted patients/ children have been improved to 90 percent because of timely better treatment.
He said that around 600 children are admitted in the emergency of the NICH daily and the life saving ratio of the admitted patients/children have been improved to 90 percent because of timely better treatment.
What is amazing is the divergence in regards to the composition of domestic savings: The public saving ratio has correctly decreased from 4.
He made it clear that fuel saving ratio varies on the basis of vehicle model, its health, as well as road and weather conditions.
In addition, estimates show that the Muslim population in Germany has a much higher saving ratio of 18 per cent compared to 10 per cent for the country as a whole.