According to a study by the International Monetary Fund, the Global Financial Stability Report (available at this address in pdf format), Italian families are in fifth place in the world for financial wealth. The financial wealth of Italian households, calculated on pension funds, government bonds and equities, in 2010 is equal to 234% of nominal GDP. In first place the United States with a household financial wealth equal to 339% of nominal GDP, followed by Japan with 309%, Great Britain with 296%, Canada with 268%, Italy with 234%, France with 197%, Australia with 190%, 189% with Germany, South Korea and China 186% 178%.
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