Official Statistics of Finland

General government financial accounts

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Latest release:
General governments net financial assets decreased in the fourth quarter of 2018
28 Mar 2019
At the end of the fourth quarter of 2018, general government's net financial assets, i.e. the difference between assets and liabilities, amounted to EUR 122.5 billion. Net financial assets went down by EUR 18.2 billion from the previous quarter especially due to holding losses. The net financial assets of employment pension schemes went down in total by EUR 10.3 billion and the net financial assets of central government by EUR 4.8 billion. These data derive from general government financial accounts compiled by Statistics Finland.

Next release:
28 Jun 2019

Description: General government financial accounts describe financial assets and liabilities of general government and financial transactions with an effect on their volumes by quarter. Financial accounts consist of two parts: financial balance at the end of the quarter and financial transactions during the quarter directed to financial assets and liabilities. The statistics also include data on general government sub-sectors, which are central government and local government sectors and social security funds. Quarterly data are con-sistent with the annual calculations of financial accounts. Consequently, with regard to balances the figure for the last quarter of the year corresponds to the annual figure, while the annual flow can be calculated by summing up the flows of the quarters. Small differences due to updating timetables may occur for the latest years, however.
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Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): General government financial accounts [e-publication].
ISSN=1798-1964. Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 24.5.2019].
Access method: http://www.stat.fi/til/jyrt/index_en.html