Non-financial corporations credit flow in the Netherlands 2006-2018

Non-financial corporations credit flow in the Netherlands from 2006 to 2018 as share of GDP*

by Raynor de Best, last edited Jul 4, 2019
Non-financial corporations credit flow in the Netherlands 2006-2018 This statistic shows the non-financial corporations credit flow in the Netherlands from 2006 to 2018 (as share of GDP). The non-financial corporations sector credit flow shows by how much debts of non-financial corporations have increased (or decreased), excluding price developments of bonds and money market paper. Debts include only securities (excluding shares and derivatives) and loans, and are consolidated, i.e. debts within the same sector are not included.
A high credit flow to households and non-profit institutions serving households increases the vulnerability of these sectors to developments in the business cycle, interest rates and inflation. Strong price fluctuations in financial and non-financial assets may also have their origin in changes in the credit flow. The European Commission has set only an upper limit for the total private credit flow (including non-financial corporations): +14 per cent. In 2018, the debts of non-financial corporations increased with 3.2 percent.
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Non-financial corporations credit flow in the Netherlands from 2006 to 2018 as share of GDP*

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Share of GDP
20183.2%
20172.2%
20162.7%
2015-0.9%
20144.9%
201311.1%
20125.5%
20116.5%
2010-0.6%
20095.7%
20086.8%
20077.9%
20063.9%
Share of GDP
20183.2%
20172.2%
20162.7%
2015-0.9%
20144.9%
201311.1%
20125.5%
20116.5%
2010-0.6%
20095.7%
20086.8%
20077.9%
20063.9%
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by Raynor de Best, last edited Jul 4, 2019
This statistic shows the non-financial corporations credit flow in the Netherlands from 2006 to 2018 (as share of GDP). The non-financial corporations sector credit flow shows by how much debts of non-financial corporations have increased (or decreased), excluding price developments of bonds and money market paper. Debts include only securities (excluding shares and derivatives) and loans, and are consolidated, i.e. debts within the same sector are not included.
A high credit flow to households and non-profit institutions serving households increases the vulnerability of these sectors to developments in the business cycle, interest rates and inflation. Strong price fluctuations in financial and non-financial assets may also have their origin in changes in the credit flow. The European Commission has set only an upper limit for the total private credit flow (including non-financial corporations): +14 per cent. In 2018, the debts of non-financial corporations increased with 3.2 percent.
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