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Financial corporations' debt to equity ratio in major advanced economies 2000-2019

Debt to equity ratio of financial corporations in major advanced economies from 2000 to 2019

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2000 to 2019

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2019 value not available for Japan.
The source calculates the debt-to-equity ratio by dividing the total amount of debt of financial corporations in a country by the total amount of equity liabilities (including investment fund shares) of the same sector. Debt is the sum of the following liability categories: currency and deposits; debt securities; loans; insurance, pension and standardized guarantee schemes; and other accounts payable. Equity is represented by the market value of the shares, including investment fund shares, issued.

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