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(sāv'ing),
Rapid recovery of a complex motor skill after a long absence of practice.
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With the reduction in savings rate, liquid funds, which offer the advantage of liquidity and flexible maturity with easy redemption, are expected to gain prominence as an alternative tool as retail investors also increase usage of the available benefits of liquid schemes.
Fueling the criticism, banks plan to lower their savings rates or halt sales of high-interest rate products.
The savings rate is among the most significant contributors to the current account deficit and the lack of savings increases the vulnerability of the economy.
personal savings rate -- personal savings as a percentage of disposable personal income or income after taxes that is not spent on personal consumption expenditures, interest payments, or transfer payments -- tracks the availability of the economic resources that prospective entrepreneurs depend on to finance new businesses.
While the estimated investment rate this fiscal is likely to be similar to FY12, an 80 bps rise in the share of consumption expenditure (private and government) will reduce the savings rate further, leading to further widening of the current account deficit," Pant said in a note.
Gross National Savings rate hovered in the 17-20 percent range, whereas over the last three years it has hovered in the 11-13 percent range.
Two concepts resonate loudest in this regard--automatic enrollment of plan participants and automatic escalation of participants' default savings rate.
In order for the rally to occur beyond that, you have to believe people are happy with their savings rate and will begin spending again at levels seen earlier in the decade.
With income rising faster than spending, the personal savings rate rose to
During that decade the savings rate averaged about 8.
This is because any policy that causes production to grow faster than consumption must necessarily also boost the trade surplus and the domestic savings rate.

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