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 2022
B.1*b Gross domestic product 471 540 624 545 781 460
B.5*n Net national income (NNI)       398 568 508 928 584 283
B.6*n Disposable income, net 390 416 494 298 564 706
B.8*n Net saving 71 479 93 682 86 176
Source: FSO - National Accounts

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