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Increase / (decrease) in cash held (ETF 26)

Australian System of Government Finance Statistics: Concepts, Sources and Methods
Reference period
2015
Released
23/12/2015
Next release Unknown
First release
A1A.132

Increase / (decrease) in cash held (ETF 26) consists of increases and decreases in the stock of cash on hand and cash equivalents held during the accounting period. This category is further classified into:

  • increase / (decrease) in cash held (ETF 261).

Increase/(decrease) in cash held (ETF 261)

A1A.133.

Increase / (decrease) in cash held (ETF 261) consists of increases and decreases in the stock of cash on hand and cash equivalents held during the accounting period. This category is further classified into:

  • increase / (decrease) in cash held (ETF 2611, SDC).

Increase / (decrease) in cash held (ETF 2611, SDC)

A1A.134.

Increase / (decrease) in cash held (ETF 2611, SDC) consists of the increase/decrease in the value of cash on hand and cash equivalents. Cash on hand refers to notes and coins held and deposits held at call with financial institutions. Cash equivalents refer to highly liquid investments which are readily convertible to cash on hand at the investor’s option.

Includes:    Increases in cash and bank balances; funds lodged with treasuries or central bank authorities; balances at call; foreign cash and deposits; funds investment by public authorities for a fixed period of time (short term); transactions in Special Drawing Rights; deposits of gold and currency with the IMF less receipts representing revenue from the IMF’s gold disbursements.