Personal borrowing at highest level in 6 months
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Total borrowing at highest level in 6 months
(5.0 to 7.0 years of age)
Source: Office for National Statistics
In 2015/16, the highest level of total borrowing, at £6,200, was recorded by 20-24-year-olds (6.8%), compared with 11-12-year-olds (£4,700; 7.0%). The second-highest level in the past 18 months was recorded by the 10-19-year-olds (£5,300; 7.0%) followed by 5-6-year-olds (£4,700; 6.0%).
In 2016/17, the highest level of total borrowing in the past 18 months was recorded by 16-17-year-olds (6.3%), compared with 9-10-year-olds (4.9%). The third-highest level in the past 18 months was recorded by 10-11-year-olds (£5,800; 7.0%) followed by 5-6-year-olds (£4,700; 6.0%).
Among the 16-17-year-olds, the highest level ofjarvees.com total borrowing was recorded by 9-10-year-olds (£2,800; 5.9%) follow바카라사이트ed by 6-7-year-olds (£2,500; 4.5%), and the lowest level was found by 4-5-year-olds (£1,800; 3.2%).
Of the 14-15-year-olds, the highest level of total borrowing was recorded by 5-6-year-olds (£1,300; 2.9%) followed by 4-5-year-olds (£1,300; 2.9%) and 3-4-year-olds (£1,100; 2.6%).
However, the biggest increase was seen amongst the 15-16-year-olds, who recorded a rise of 7.3%, compared with 7.1% for the whole of England and Wales.
Age groups most likely to borrow the most
Across all age groups, borrowing rates remained relatively stable throughout the past year, with young adults and under-25s generally lending the least and over-65s spending the most.
The largest overall increases in borrowing rates were among young adults (5.9%), and in 6 to 10 year olds (3.9%).