5232.0 - Australian National Accounts: Financial Accounts, Dec 2011 Quality Declaration 
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During December Quarter 2011

During the December quarter, households repaid a net $32.9b to financial corporations and a net $1.6b to the general government. General government borrowed a net $16.7b from the rest of world and repaid a net $7.1b to financial corporations. Non-financial corporations repaid a net $5.6b to households, and borrowed net $24.6b from rest of world and a net $14.6b from financial corporations. Financial corporations repaid a net $31.7b to rest of world.

Diagram: During December Quarter 2011

At end of December Quarter 2011

At the end of December 2011, net claims on non-financial corporations were $598.5b from financial corporations, $554.9b from rest of world, $76.4b from households and $101.6b from general government. Financial corporations financed claims on non-financial corporations primarily from net claims of $682.2b by households and $238.0b by rest of world. Household net claims on general government were $253.1b.

Diagram: At end of December Quarter 2011