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Topic: Public Sector Finance

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  • Public Sector Finances, September 2014 21-Oct-2014
    Indicators of UK government fiscal performance: Public Sector Current Budget Deficit (PSCB), Net Borrowing (PSNB), Net Debt (PSND) and PSND as a percentage of GDP.
  • EU Government Deficit and Debt Return, September 2014 17-Oct-2014
    The estimates in this release have been supplied to the European Commission by ONS in accordance with the schedules in the Excessive Deficit Procedure. Forecasts for future years are provided separately by HM Treasury.
  • Maastricht Supplementary Data Tables, Q2 2014 17-Oct-2014
    This document describes the contents of the government finance statistics tables supplied to Eurostat, and is intended as a guide to users of the data. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is required to provide the European statistical agency (Eurostat) with detailed statistical information on government finance statistics, with particular focus on debt and deficit.
  • National Accounts Classifications, Forward Workplan, September 2014 30-Sep-2014
    Classification workload for the year to September 2015.
  • Public Sector Finances, August 2014 23-Sep-2014
    Indicators of UK government fiscal performance: Public Sector Current Budget Deficit (PSCB), Net Borrowing (PSNB), Net Debt (PSND) and PSND as a percentage of GDP.
  • Public Sector Finances, July 2014 21-Aug-2014
    The PSF Statistical Bulletin, is published jointly by ONS and HM Treasury on a monthly basis, and provides the latest available measures for key public sector financial statistics such as Public Sector Current Budget (PSCB), Net Borrowing (PSNB), Net Debt (PSND) and PSND as a percentage of GDP. These key indicators are provided on two bases. One set includes the temporary effects of financial interventions made in response to the financial crisis that began in 2007, such as the establishment of public ownership/control of several major banking groups. An alternative set of indicators, the so-called ‘ex-measures’, excludes the temporary effects of financial interventions.

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