ECONOMY: Financial assets have grown by 89% in 10 years

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Financial assets stood at the end of 2020 at 494,7 million euros in Saint-Martin according to Iedom, down slightly compared to 2019 (- 5,5 million, -1,1%).

In 2020, financial assets are 231,4 million higher compared to 2011, this represents an increase of 89%. A first growth was observed in the years 2015-2015 with assets rising from 288 to 320 then 357 million euros.

Household assets increased by 100% (from 97,32 M € to 194,8 M €) and those of businesses by 76% (from 145,2 M € to 256,3 M €). In 2020, 52,4% of financial assets are held by companies, 39,8% by households and the rest by various agents. “The financial assets of companies fell by 1,4% over one year (-9,8% in 2019). Those of households are stable at + 0,1% (-7,3% a year earlier). Finally, the assets held by other agents fell by 5,3% in 2020 (-49,9% in 2019) ”, specifies Iedom.

The average household loan amounted to 5 euros per capita in 575 in Saint-Martin, which is 2019 times less than in Guadeloupe (2,8 € / capita) and 16 times less than in Saint-Martin. -Barth (100 € / capita). It is equal to that of Guyana (10,6 euros / capita) and higher than that of Mayotte (59 € / capita). (soualigapost.com)

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