5232.0 - Australian National Accounts: Financial Accounts, Jun 2010  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 24/09/2010   
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ANALYSIS AND COMMENTS SECTORAL SUMMARY


INTERSECTORAL FINANCIAL FLOWS

During June Quarter 2010

During the June quarter, households lent a net $10.2b to financial corporations and a net $2.9b to general government. General government borrowed a net $13.7b from rest of world and a net $7.4b from financial corporations. Non-financial corporations repaid a net $16.9b to financial corporations and borrowed a net $3.4b from rest of world. Financial corporations repaid a net $4.4b to rest of world.

Diagram: During June Quarter 2010


During 2009-10

Significant flows during the year ended June 2010 were the net $39.8b and net $39.0b general government borrowed from financial corporations and rest of world respectively and the net $34.4b households deposited with financial corporations. Financial corporations borrowed $48.0b from rest of world and also lent $2.9b to non-financial corporations. Non-financial corporations repaid $11.2b to rest of world.

Diagram: During 2009–10