What changes structurally over Time?

The time series below were downloaded from the Bank of England Statistics and visualized with Excel on the left and proprietary data visualization software on the right.

For ease of viewing, the 17 data series are grouped into big, medium and small numbers.


Distribution of the sterling national debt by sector: UK residents – Big numbers

DPAF001: non-public sector sterling and all foreign curency
DPAF007: Central Government sterling and all foreign currency
DPAG004: General Government sterling and all foreign curency
DPAG009: public sector sterling and all foreign curency

public debt data

Public Sector Net Debt – less big numbers

DPAF003: non-public sector investments in national savings ordinary account
DPAF004: non-public sector sterling accrued interest and indexing on national savings
DPAF005: Coin in circulation [the fact that this is now considered as part of public debt is a sign of lumping “narrow” (Cash) and “broad” (Credit) money together]
DPAF009: CG sterling held in courts
DPAG003: LG sterling and all foreign currency
DPAG012: Amounts outstanding of sterling and all foreign currency other CG debt
DPAG016: LG holdings of debt of public corporations
DPAG017: public corporations’ sterling holdings of debt of CG
DPAG018: public corporations’ sterling holdings of debt of LG

public debt data

Public Sector Net Debt – small numbers

DPAF007: CG sterling and all foreign currency
DPAG001: Local Government (LG) sterling
DPAG002: Central Government sterling of LG
DPAG006: Public corporations’ sterling and all foreign currency
DPAG009: Public sector sterling and all foreign currency

DPAG001: Local Government sterling and all foreign currency
DPAG002: Central Government sterling and all foreign currency
DPAG006: public corporations’ sterling and all foreign currency
DPAG015: Central Government sterling of debt of public corporations

public debt data

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