7% of residents expect house prices to remain basically unchanged in the second quarter

Preliminary investigation report showed 52.

7% of residents expect house prices to remain basically unchanged in the second quarter

China Securities Journal On March 22, the People ‘s Bank of China released a survey report of urban depositors in the first quarter of this year, showing that the income perception index for the first quarter was 54.

8%, up 1 from the previous month.

3 averages.

Among them, 89.

7% of the residents think that the income is “increased” or “essentially unchanged”, which is an increase of 0 from the previous 重庆耍耍网 month.

9 averages.

The income confidence index is 54.

0%, down from the previous month.

4 averages.

  For price and house price expectations, the report shows that for the next quarter, the price expectations index is 60.

4%, down 3 from the previous month.

9 averages.

Among them, 26.

8% of residents expect prices to “rise” in the next quarter, 54.

6% of residents expect “essentially unchanged”, 8.

1% of residents expect a “down”, 10.

5% of residents are “unsure”.

For next quarter house prices, 25.

8% of residents expect “growth”, 52.

7% of residents expect “essentially unchanged”, 10.

5% of residents expect a “down”, 11.

0% of residents are “unsure”.

  This questionnaire survey was conducted among 20,000 urban savers in 50 cities across the country.

  In terms of consumption, savings and investment expectations, the report states that 25 residents identified as “more consumption”.

9%, down 2 from the previous month.

8 samples; 45 households are estimated to be “more savings”.

0%, chain up 0.

9 digits; 29 residents were suspected of “more investment”.

2%, up 1 from the previous month.

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The top three investment methods preferred by residents are: “bank, securities, insurance company wealth management products”, “fund trust products” and “stocks”, each accounting for 50.

1%, 20.

4% and 17.

2%.

  Asked about the items that are going to increase spending in the next 3 months, according to the proportion of residents’ selection from highest to lowest: education (30.

6%), tourism (29.7%), health care (26.

2%), buying a house (21.

5%), large commodities (20.

8%), social culture and entertainment (17.

1%), insurance (15.

2%).

  In addition, the employment experience index in the first quarter was 45.

8%, a month-on-month increase of 0.

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Among them, 16.

3% of residents consider it “best, easy to find employment”, 51.

9% of residents consider it “fair”, 31.

8% of residents consider it “serious and serious, difficult to find employment” or “unsure”.

The employment expectations index is 53.

7%, a month-on-month increase of 0.

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