Survey finds one in three Danes expect positive pension returns this year, despite market turmoil

Despite the fact that 2022 has been a brutal year for both equities and bonds, a third of pension savers in Denmark still expect positive returns on their pension savings. Two thirds of the people asked by Epinion had not checked their savings this year.

Hasse Jørgensen, CEO, Sampension | Photo: PR/Sampension

2022 has been a hard year for the financial markets in a number of ways, but many people in Denmark have no idea what this means for their pension savings.

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