Estimates published for the first time today, 30 September 2022, are consistent with several methodological improvements to the institutional sector accounts introduced as part of our annual improvement programme; we discussed indicative impacts of changes to the main financial and non-financial accounts estimates in our annual article published 12 September 2022.
The UK’s net borrowing position with the rest of the world was 5.6% as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP) in Quarter 2 (Apr to June) 2022, compared with borrowing of 7.3% of GDP in Quarter 1 (Jan to Mar) 2022.
Real household disposable income (RHDI) fell by 1.2% this quarter driven by costs associated with housing and price increases in restaurants and hotels.
Quarterly transactions associated with changes of ownership of the UK's foreign financial assets and liabilities. These include direct, portfolio and other investment, sector analysis and government reserve assets.
Investment choices of financial institutions based on financial transactions (investments and disinvestments), including balance sheet data for short-term assets and liabilities, and income and expenditure data.