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The Shareholders statistics shows the ownership by sector of shares noted on Swedish marketplaces. The statistics is published twice a year, covering June and December.
Annual accounts statistics shows among other things profitability and financial balances for banks, credit market institutions and securities brokerage companies. Insurance companies is not included.
The statistics shows the Swedish Monetary Financial Institutions’, MFI (including foreign branches), assets and liabilities divided by different counterparts and types of financial objects (for example lending, deposits, holding of securities and issued securities). The statistics are shown both at aggregated level and institute level with publishing permission from the reporting institutes.
The information at this page has been changed and updated from 2010-10-27. Before 2010-10-27 only statistics from banks and housing credit institutions were included in the Statistical database but from 2010-10-27 finance companies and other MFIs are included as well. A review and update have also been made for represented institutes, financial objects and counterparts. The database shows statistics at a monthly basis starting in January 1998.
The Financial Accounts are a part of the system of the National Accounts system and deal with the financial activities that occur in the national economy. The purpose of the Financial Accounts is to provide information about financial savings of the various sectors of society and financial wealth distributed over various financial objects. The Financial Accounts show where financial surpluses and deficits occur in the economy, how the surpluses are invested and how the deficits are financed. The Financial Accounts illustrate the trends in household savings and financial wealth of households. The Financial Accounts are also used in the calculation of the convergence criteria for the EMU that refer to the consolidated gross debt of the public sector in percent of GDP - also called the Maastricht debt.
The Financial Accounts started to be produced annually from 1970 and the quarterly production began in the beginning of the 1980s.
Government deficit and debt is also reported to the European Commission twice a year, within the so called Excessive Deficit Procedure (EDP). EDP calculations are published after the ordinary non-financial and financial accounts. Therefore, late revisions in the dataset could be included in EDP which render differences compared to the ordinary national accounts. www.scb.se/NR0108-en
Adjustments have been made in the Statistical Database tables, tables in the statistical report and fixed tables and graphs. The correction relates to pension funds reserves and net lending/net borrowing of the institutional sectors households and insurance corporations 2008–2014.
The savings barometer shows households' financial savings and financial wealth, in total and broken down into different financial objects. The savings barometer is a flash estimate that is published every quarter. The savings barometer is not regulated by any EU regulation, but is based on the same concepts as the Financial Accounts. The Financial Accounts are a part of the national accounts system and deal with the financial activities that occur in the national economy.
Publishing normally occurs within two months after the end of the quarter, while the Financial Accounts are published about 90 days after the end of the quarter.
The statistics are produced by Statistics Sweden on behalf of the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority.
The basic tables are downloaded as Excel files.
Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority
Swedish insurance companies, annual data, include information about profit and loss accounts and balance sheets of Swedish insurance companies. Performance analysis is also provided.
Swedish insurance companies capital investments contain information about administration of assets, premiums, claims and distribution of financial debt.
The Riksbank has long been in the practice of compiling "Balance of Payments", i.e. statistical data on crossborder transactions, portfolio investment, Swedish assets and liabilities with the rest of the world. Since 1 September 2007 the data are assembled by SCB (Statistic Sweden), on behalf of the Riksbank.
The Riksbank has long been in the practice of compiling "financial market statistics", i.e. statistical data on Swedish financial institutions and the financial markets. Since 1 April 2003 the data are assembled by SCB (Statistics Sweden), on behalf of the Riksbank. The required information has mainly been collected on a monthly basis. Certain information has, nevertheless, been reported quarterly. These statistics are based mainly on the MFI report. The MFI sector consists of banks, housing credit institutions, finance companies, institutions financing municipalities and companies, monetary securities companies and monetary investment funds (money market funds).
Statistics on securities include information about debt securities issued by Swedish issuers, that is, institutions that issue debt securities. An issuer could be an enterprise that issues a share or a bank that issues a bond. The statistics are published every month.
We produce statistics on behalf of the Riksbank. The information is based on direct reporting from issuers, Euroclear's register and the securities database of the European Central Bank. Rapid and reliable statistics on markets for securities and market financing of banks and enterprises are important for the work of the Riksdag within monetary policy and financial stability.
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