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Financial Statistics: data sources

Accessing the data previously published in the monthly Financial Statistics publication

Data previously published in the monthly Financial Statistics publication, which was discontinued in August 2011, can be accessed via the web links provided on this page.

Where possible this page has been categorised to align with the previous chapters in the Financial Statistics publication.

Other than the Office for National Statistics (ONS), the main providers of the data are:

Bank of England (BoE)
UK Debt Management Office (DMO)
National Savings and Investment (NS&I)
Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC)
Investment Management Association (IMA)
Finance Leasing Association
The Insolvency Service

Public sector finances and central government revenue and expenditures

Public sector finances, central government revenue and expenditure data, previously presented in chapters 1 and 2 of Financial Statistics.

Public Sector Finances

Transactions in marketable government debt (previously table 1.2C) (source: DMO). These data are not available from a single source. The main DMO web links are:

Progress of gilt sales v remits targets (both current and historic)

Historic annual gilt sales data since 1960-61

Gross and net gilt issuance data

Annual

Monthly

Gilt redemption data

Historic

Projections (CSV download - opens new windows)

Sterling treasury bill tender (91 day bill and one month bill) (previously tables 1.2B.A & 1.2B) (source: DMO)
Government and government-guaranteed marketable securities (previously table 1.2D) source: DMO)
National savings and investments (previously table 1.2E) (source: NS&I)
Public sector aggregates (previously table 2.3A) and Public sector transactions by sub-sector and economic category (annual/quarterly) (previously tables 2.3C & 2.3D) (source: HMRC)

Money supply and credit and monetary financial institutions

Money supply and credit and monetary financial institutions (MFIs) data, previously presented in chapters 3 and 4 of Financial Statistics.

This chapter is sourced from the Bank of England (BoE)

BoE interactive database

BoE notes and definitions

Liquid assets outside M4 (previously table 3.1I) series AUYO (private sector holdings of public sector debt, Sterling Treasury bills) and VSUE (private sector holdings of public sector debt, British government securities) will be published independently by the ONS and linked to the ONS Financial Statistics page (98 Kb Excel sheet)

All other series previously published in this table are available from the Bank of England website.

Other financial institutions

Other financial institutions data, previously presented in chapter 5 of Financial Statistics.

Other financial institutions (source: ONS)
Unit Trusts (previously table 5.3D) (source: IMA)

Companies and capital issuance

Companies and capital issuance data, previously presented in chapter 6 of Financial Statistics.

Insolvencies in England and Wales (previously table 6.1A) (source: The Insolvency Service)

Mergers and acquisitions in the UK by UK companies: category of expenditure (previously table 6.1B) (source: ONS)

The remaining data from this chapter is sourced from the Bank of England (BoE)

BoE interactive database

Exchange rates, interest rates, securities prices and RPI

Exchange rates, interest rates, securities prices and RPI data, previously presented in chapter 7 of Financial Statistics.

British government securities: clean prices and yields (previously table 7.1D) (source: DMO)
Local authority’s interest rates: Public Works Loan Board (previously table 7.1M) (source: DMO)

Consumer Price Index, Retail Prices Index and other selected indices (previously table 7.2A) (source: ONS)

The remaining data from this chapter is sourced from the Bank of England (BoE)

BoE interactive database

Financial and sector accounts (part II)

Financial and sector accounts data, previously presented in chapters 8–14 of Financial Statistics.

UKEA (quarterly publication) (source: ONS)

 

 

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