RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After 13 consecutive months of high, the indebtedness of Brazilian families fell in January in the country. This is what the National Confederation of Trade of Goods, Services, and Tourism (CNC) points out, released on Monday (7).
Despite the drop in the indicator, approximately 76% of Brazilians have some debt to pay.
In January, the indebtedness of families dropped 0.2 percentage points, as shown in the survey.
The last fall had occurred in November 2020, when the percentage of Brazilians with debts fell 0.5 percentage points. At the time, debt reached 66% of the . . .