Financial accounts on a from-whom-to-whom basis, Selected financial instruments

Release date: December 21, 2018 Updated on: December 21, 2018
Variables can be dragged to columns or rows of the table, or outside the table. Outside of the table, only one item of a variable can be selected.

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For persons using assistive technologies, the following is an alternate method of dragging and dropping variables. You can select, for each variable, where that variable should be displayed: either in columns, rows or outside the table. When a variable is placed outside the table, only one item of a variable can be selected. Once your selection is made, click on the "Apply" button to update the pivot table.

Display Sectors, debtor (liabilities) in
Display Sectors, creditor (assets) in
Display Instruments in
Display Accounts in
Display Periods in

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For persons using assistive technologies, the following is an alternate method of selecting items in a variable. For variables placed within the table, multiple items can be selected. Once your selection is made, the pivot table will be updated immediately.

Variable Sectors, debtor (liabilities):

Variable Sectors, creditor (assets):

Variable Instruments:

Variable Accounts:

Variable Periods:

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Stocks and flows

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Useful links

Article from the product Latest Developments in the Canadian Economic Accounts.

General information on the concepts of the financial flow accounts, the other changes in assets accounts and the national balance sheet accounts. The user guide also contains definitions for sectors and subsectors.

Detailed information on the concepts of the financial flow accounts, the other changes in assets accounts and the national balance sheet accounts.

Glossary of terms used in the Canadian Economic Accounts. The definitions for instruments used in this product can be found in the glossary.

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