From October to December 2021, the nominal per capita monthly income of the Russian population, not adjusted for purchasing power, reached 47,539 rubles. This represents a 8.8% increase year-over-year.
Within a calendar year, this indicator in Russia usually hits its lowest nominal amount in the first quarter, subsequently increasing to higher numbers to be reached in the last three months of the year.
The statistics for the previous quarters have been updated retrospectively by Rosstat last month. The most actual data, as well as the performance by various Russian regions, are tracked within our extended Market Reports.