Financial vulnerability of Spanish households facing the COVID-19 crisis

Family, EduFin, BBVA

Abstract

Financial vulnerability refers to the ability of individuals or households to cope with a shock involving the loss of the main source of income.

We establish the degree of financial vulnerability of Spanish households in three categories: highly vulnerable, vulnerable, and secure.

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Banking Data Analysis Financial Systems Financial Vulnerability Home Inequality Savings

Authors

Alfonso Arellano

Senior Economist of the Financial System Unit at BBVA Research

Noelia Cámara

Principal Economist, Financial Systems Unit, BBVA Research

Additional Information

Date published

04/05/2020

Document Type

Research

Geographies

Spain

Target

General

Pages

1

Source

BBVA Research

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