6549.0 - Household Income, Consumption, Saving and Wealth, A Provisional Framework, 1995  
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Contents >> Chapter 16. Other changes in the volume of stocks


16.1. Other changes in the volume of stocks are defined as changes in assets and liabilities that are not due to transactions between the household and another entity, as recorded in the capital account, or to holding gains and losses. They may be caused by unexpected events such as theft of an uninsured asset, loss of an asset via a natural catastrophe.


16.2. Other changes in the volume of stocks may be classified as those due to:

      • catastrophic events
      • uncompensated seizures
      • other.

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