The results of the second international OECD test assessing the financial literacy of 15-year old were released on Wednesday.
The results are worrying.
The test covered a population of 48,000 15-year olds in financial literacy across 15 countries and economies, including the Flemish Community of Belgium, Lithuania, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, the Slovak Republic, and Spain.
About 25% of the students that took part did not have the comprehension and skills to make the simplest decis...
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