Financial decision-maker sentiment: Pakistan

An ongoing look at how the attitudes of financial decision makers in Pakistan are evolving during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Most financial decisions makers in Pakistan view their current financial situations as somewhat weak or weak and report decreased household income and savings over the past month. Many express concern over job security and have 4 months or fewer of savings to live off. Sentiment towards banks during the crisis is slightly net negative and consumers would like them to improve websites and waive late fees. Almost 70 percent of consumers believe the current economy is weak, and only ~40 percent are optimistic about a quick recovery.

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