National Accounts by Institutional Sectors

The National Accounts by Institutional Sector are defined as a complete and integrated account system, which grasps the economy from an institutional perspective and enables the observation of the main interactions between these economic agents. They consist of a sequence of accounts, including current accounts, accumulation accounts and financial statements, which are linked through balances. These balances provide variables of great value for macroeconomic analysis, such as Gross Available Income, Gross Savings, Financing Capacity/Need, Net Acquisition of Financial Assets, Net Contracted Liabilities, and Balance of Financial Assets and Liabilities, among others. Institutional sectors are grouped into Households, Non-Financial Companies, Financial Companies, Government and Rest of the World.

 

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