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Z.1 Financial Accounts of the United States

The Financial Accounts (formerly known as the Flow of Funds accounts) are a set of financial accounts used to track the sources and uses of funds by sector. They are a component of a system of macroeconomic accounts including the National Income and Product accounts (NIPA) and balance of payments accounts, all of which serve as a comprehensive set of information on the economy’s performance.(1) Some important inferences that can be drawn from the Financial accounts are the financial strength of a given sector, new economic trends, changes in the composition of wealth, and development of new financial instruments over time.(1) Read More

Nonfinancial corporate business; consumption of fixed capital, equipment, software, and structures, including equity REIT residential structures (NIPA basis), Flow    
Millions of Dollars
 
Households and nonprofit organizations; gross fixed investment residential equipment, software, and structures (includes farm houses), Flow    
Millions of Dollars
 
Nonfinancial noncorporate business; gross fixed investment, residential equipment, software, and structures, Flow    
Millions of Dollars
 
Financial business; consumption of fixed capital, equipment, software, and structures, including noncorporate financial and excluding REIT residential structures, current cost basis (IMA), Flow  
Millions of Dollars
 


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