Sequence of accounts

The sequence of accounts is a methodical collection of accounts which enable the recording of all operations affecting a sector over a given period, of income generation (income account) until its accumulation including distribution and redistribution.

The sequence of accounts highlights various reference aggregates such as value added, disposable income, savings and the net lending (or borrowing) for the entire economy and the different institutional sectors of which it is composed.

Main indicators of the sequence of accounts of the national economy, millions of Swiss francs, at current prices
Code Classification 2000 2010 2017p
B.1*b Gross domestic product 459 447 608 831 668 572
B.5*n Net national income (NNI)       397 422 518 614 537 451
B.*6n Disposable income, net 389 229 503 095 515 446
B.8*n Net saving 72 474 107 427 79 789
p: provisional Source: FSO - National Accounts

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