5232.0 - Australian National Accounts: Financial Accounts, Mar 2011 Quality Declaration
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 23/06/2011
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Currency liabilities decreased to $53.7b at the end of March 2011, following transactions of -$3.3b during the quarter compared with transactions of $3.3 for December 2010. Deposit liabilities increased to $1,600.7b at the end of March 2011, following transactions of $47.4b during the quarter compared with the transactions of $40.3b in the previous quarter. The major contributor was banks which accepted $31.3b and Other depository corporations which accepted $14.2b.
Short term debt security liabilities decreased to $456.1b at the end of March 2011, following net redemption of $13.7b. Total long term debt security liabilities increased to $1,458.9b at the end of March 2011, following net issuance of $37.0b during the quarter. National general government issued bonds worth $13.3b, of which $13.2b was issued domestically and $0.1b was issued offshore. Central borrowing authorities issued bonds worth $8.6b, of which $9.6b was issued in the domestic market and $1.0b of offshore bonds matured. Banks had a net issuance of $5.1b, of which $4.6b was issued domestically and $0.6b was issued offshore. Rest of World issued a net $4.7b, of which $5.1b was issued in the domestic market and $0.4b of offshore bonds matured. Other private non-financial corporations had a net issuance of $3.8b, of which $0.9b issued domestically and $3.0b was issued offshore.
The value of derivative contracts on issue at the end of March 2011 decreased by $17.1b to $332.4b. The major component of this decrease was net settlements which were $48.8b for the quarter of which the major contributors were banks of $22.3b and Rest of world of $10.2b. This was offset by valuation increases of $31.7b.
Loan liabilities rose to $2,577.0b at the end of March 2011, following transactions of $47.8b during the quarter. Households borrowed $22.5b, central borrowing authorities borrowed $9.6b, state and local general government borrowed $6.9b, and other private non-financial corporations borrowed $6.1b The major offset to these increases was by other financial corporations repaying $1.0b.
The listed share market increased by $16.9b to $1,417.5b at the end of March 2011, with net issuance of $8.5b and valuation increase of $8.4b. The major contributors were other private non-financial corporations which issued $10.7b and life insurance corporations which issued $3.8b. The value of the unlisted share market increased by $21.5b to $1,474.9b at the end of March 2011, with net issuance of $2.9b and valuation increases of $18.6b. Rest of the world issued $10.8b. Non money market investment funds and money market investment funds bought back $4.7b and $1.9b respectively during the quarter.
At the end of March 2011, the insurance technical reserves of life offices and pension funds were $1,302.4b following transactions during the quarter of $19.8b and valuation increases of $14.0b. General insurance prepayments and reserves were $85.1b.
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