Net International Investment Position (NIIP) of the Netherlands from 1st quarter 2016 to 2nd quarter 2019
(as share of GDP)
Net International Investment Position (NIIP) of the Netherlands 2016-2019
In the second quarter of 2019, the Netherlands were not in debt, leading to a NIIP value of 78 percent of GDP. The net international investment position (NIIP) is the value of financial assets of Dutch residents abroad minus the value of financial assets of non-residents in the Netherlands and is calculated as a percentage of GDP. Financial investors use this indicator to gauge the creditworthiness of a country. If the NIIP is negative, a country is in debt to the rest of the world. A large negative net international investment position means that a country is sensitive to developments on international capital markets and effectively is a debtor nation. A positive NIIP value indicates a nation is a creditor nation. For this indicator the European Commission has only set a lower limit of -35 percent.
Net International Investment Position (NIIP) of the Netherlands from 1st quarter 2016 to 2nd quarter 2019
(as share of GDP)
Share of GDP
Q2 201978%
Q1 201975.5%
Q4 201870.7%
Q3 201863.9%
Q2 201859%
Q1 201858.5%
Q4 201759.4%
Q3 201755.6%
Q2 201759.5%
Q1 201761.5%
Q4 201661.4%
Q3 201669.3%
Q2 201664.1%
Q1 201658.5%
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Source

Release date

September 2019

Region

Netherlands

Survey time period

Q1 2016 to Q2 2019

Supplementary notes

* All figures provided are provisional.

Net International Investment Position (NIIP) of the Netherlands 2016-2019
In the second quarter of 2019, the Netherlands were not in debt, leading to a NIIP value of 78 percent of GDP. The net international investment position (NIIP) is the value of financial assets of Dutch residents abroad minus the value of financial assets of non-residents in the Netherlands and is calculated as a percentage of GDP. Financial investors use this indicator to gauge the creditworthiness of a country. If the NIIP is negative, a country is in debt to the rest of the world. A large negative net international investment position means that a country is sensitive to developments on international capital markets and effectively is a debtor nation. A positive NIIP value indicates a nation is a creditor nation. For this indicator the European Commission has only set a lower limit of -35 percent.
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