With Euribor up and deposits at zero, is it worth paying off the mortgage? | Savings

Currently, credit holders, particularly mortgages, are worried about the rise in Euribor rates: at 12 months it is already on its way to 0.5% and at 6 months it should enter positive territory in the coming months. days. Those with bank deposits, many with no remuneration or very close to zero (average deposit rate is 0.04%), will wonder when interest rate hikes begin. And those who have credit and savings, in today’s environment of greater uncertainty and sharply rising inflation, are sure to have doubts about what they should do, whether it’s to amortize credit or keep the accumulated value.

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