Brazil - Outstanding Public Debt - Domestic

Brazil: Outstanding Public Debt - Domestic

Unit Mil. BRL, NSA
Adjustments Not Seasonally Adjusted
Monthly 0.63 %
Data Jan 2023 6,298,711
Dec 2022 6,338,591

Series Information

Source Central Bank of Brazil
Release Public Debt
Frequency Monthly
Start Date 12/31/2001
End Date 1/31/2023

Brazil: Government

Reference Last Previous Units Frequency
Outstanding Public Debt Jan 2023 5,613,859 5,658,016 Mil. BRL, NSA Monthly
Outstanding Public Debt - Domestic Jan 2023 6,298,711 6,338,591 Mil. BRL, NSA Monthly
Outstanding Public Debt - Foreign Jan 2023 -684,852 -680,574 Mil. BRL, NSA Monthly

Release Information

For Brazil, public debt (government debt): internal, external, and according to successive methodologies.

  • Measurements: Millions of Brazilian reals (Mil. BRL)
  • Adjustment: Not seasonally adjusted (NSA)
  • Native frequency: Monthly
  • Start dates: As early as 1998m1

Net debt balance of the indebtedness of the non-financial public sector and Banco Central with the financial system (public and private), non-financial private sector and the rest of the world.

Net balance the difference between the debts and credits of the non-financial public sector and Banco Central and is calculated on an accrual basis. Brazil considers Banco Central's financial assets and liabilities and, therefore, includes the monetary base.

In Brazil, the concept of public sector used to measure net debt and the public deficit is that of non-financial public sector plus Banco Central. The non-financial public sector includes federal, state and municipal direct administration, indirect administrations, public social security systems and non-financial federal, state and municipal state enterprises, as well as the Itaipu Binational company.

Public funds that do not operate as financial intermediaries are included in the non-financial public sector. Banco Central is included in the assessment of net debt since it automatically transfers its profits to the National Treasury, while it is also the "collector" agent of the so-called inflationary tax.

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