An expected announcement. This Friday, Bruno Le Maire will reveal, on the 13H set of TF1, how much the booklet A will bring to the French from February 1, 2022. In the process, the Minister of the Economy will answer questions from Jacques Legros live.
Bercy recently announced an increase in the interest rate of the livret A – a regulated and low-risk savings account, exempt from tax and compulsory levy – due to the high inflation facing France. Its magnitude remains to be seen. If no official figure has yet filtered, many economists agree that this rate could go from 0.5% to 0.8%. The government could even decide to raise it a little more to give an additional boost to the purchasing power of the French. Such growth is unprecedented, the last revaluation of the booklet A dating back to August 2011.
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