RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The share of Brazilians with debts falling due reached 75.6% in November, up 1.0 percentage points (p.p.) from October and 9.6 p.p. from November last year, according to data from the Survey of Consumer Indebtedness and Default (PEIC), released on Monday, November 29 by the National Confederation of Trade of Goods, Services and Tourism (CNC).
Among the indebted, 26.1% reported having overdue debts, including consumer bills such as electricity and water, among others, a number 0.5 p.p. higher than in October and 0.4 p.p. more than . . .