Households' financial assets including deposits reached 3,866 EUR bil in 2012 in Germany, according to OECD. This is 4.93 % more than in the previous year.
Historically, households' financial assets including deposits in Germany reached an all time high of 3,866 EUR bil in 2012 and an all time low of 1,779 EUR bil in 1995. When compared to Germany's main peers, households' financial assets including deposits in Austria amounted to 346 EUR bil, 588 EUR bil in Belgium, 2,975 EUR bil in France and 927 PLN bil in Poland in 2012.
Germany has been ranked 7th within the group of 27 countries we follow in terms of households' financial assets including deposits, 5 places behind the position seen 10 years ago.
Financial assets held by households include: currency and deposits; securities other than shares; loans; shares and other equity; net equity of households in life insurance reserves; net equity of households in pension funds; prepayments of premiums and reserves against outstanding claims, and other accounts receivable, according to the OECD.