Moroccan homes are "negative" about saving their future capabilities over the next 12 months, according to a survey by the Commissioner for Planning (HCP).
Indeed, only 18.5% against 81.5% of households are expected to be saved in the next 12 months, depending on the HCP in the guidance note on the results of the housing households survey. 1st quarter 2019.
Therefore the balance of views was maintained at the fourth quarter of 2018 (less than 63 points) and compared with the same quarter of the previous year (less than 54.5 points), the HCP said.
As regards the attitude of housing to improvements in food prices, around 88.3% of households report an increase in food prices in the last 12 months when only 0.2% feel they are falling, findings of the survey.
So the margin balance was negative at least 88.1 points, after having been less than 90.3 quarterly and less than 86.7 points a year earlier, sending the same source.
Over the next 12 months, food prices are expected to rise, depending on the same source, according to the same source, noted that the balance of views is as follows: 87.6% of households vs. 0.1% waited negative at 87.5 points instead of -86.6 points at an earlier stage and -82.9 points last year.