Czech household debt to banks and financial institutions grew by 773 million to 1.2 billion in February, according to data published by the central bank. The overall household debt was 45.6 billion higher year-on-year. One–day deposits of households stood at 1.2 billion crowns in February, an annual rise of 80 billion crowns. February saw a rise of 14 billion crowns.
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