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A joint Eurostat – ECB project

Quarterly Sector Accounts in the European Union - Recent and future developments - OECD - NA Working Party 4-6 November 2009 Eurostat / Denis Leythienne. A joint Eurostat – ECB project. Eurostat compiles the non-financial accounts - of the European Union

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A joint Eurostat – ECB project

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  1. Quarterly Sector Accounts in the European Union- Recent and future developments -OECD - NA Working Party4-6 November 2009Eurostat / Denis Leythienne

  2. A joint Eurostat – ECB project • Eurostat compiles the non-financial accounts - of the European Union - of the euro area (in cooperation with ECB) • ECB compiles the financial accounts - of the euro area (MUFA) - reconciles them with non-financial accounts within the EAA Scope of this presentation: non-financial accounts (QSA)

  3. Quarterly Sector Accounts in the European Union • Milestones • Data collection • European accounts • Results • Future developments

  4. Milestones • 1996: ESA95 Transmission programme • 2000: Action Plan on EMU Statistical Requirements • 2005: QSA Regulation (EC-1161/2005) • 2006: First Publication of European ASA • 2007: First publication of European QSA

  5. Data collection • Full but simplified set of non-financial accounts - From Value Added to net lending / borrowing • Institutional sectors - Non-financial corporations (S11) - Financial corporations (S12) - Government (S13)* - Households+NPISH (S14+S15) - Rest of the World (S2)* (*: Sectors to be reported by countries < 1% EU-GDP) • Transmission deadline: Q + 90 days

  6. Data collection • Validation - Accounting constraints (Resources/Uses, Balancing items) - Consistency vis-à-vis related statistics (ASA / QNA / Government / BOP) - Revision analysis - Plausibility of quarterly patterns => Data sharing (next slide)

  7. COUNTRY A COUNTRY B Possibleoutliers

  8. European institutions European institutions Country A Country A Country B Country B European accounts • Aggregation of the NA of the Member States • European accounts

  9. Results • News release at Q + 120 days • EA and EU aggregates • Jointly with QFA of the EA (ECB) • No country breakdown • Focus on seasonally adjusted data for key indicators: • Household saving rate: B6G/(B8G+D8net) • Household investment rate: P51/(B8G+D8net) • Investment rate of non-financial corporations: P51/B1G • Profit share of non-financial corporations: B2G/B1G • Decomposition of nominal growth

  10. Household saving rate Household investment rate

  11. Investment rate of non-financial corporations Profit share of non-financial corporations

  12. Future developments • End 2009: publication of key indicators by country: - Broad country coverage - Focus on key indicators - 4 quarter cumulated sums • 2010: Inventories of QSA Sources & Methods (Restricted release) • 2014: Revised ESA transmission programme - QSA merged with government statistics - Seasonally adjusted data by country (e.g. for key indicators) - Price / Volume data by country (e.g. for VA and investment)

  13. For more information: =>http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/sectoraccounts(Eurostat) =>http://www.ecb.eu/stats/acc/html/index.en.html(ECB)

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