Norway - Outstanding Public Debt

Norway: Outstanding Public Debt

Mnemonic GDBT.INOR
Unit Mil. NOK, NSA
Adjustments Not Seasonally Adjusted
Quarterly 11.32 %
Data 2022 Q4 733,264
2022 Q3 826,889

Series Information

Source Statistics Norway
Release Central government debt end of quarter
Frequency Quarterly
Start Date 12/31/1965
End Date 12/31/2022

Norway: Government

Reference Last Previous Units Frequency
Government Budget Balance 2022 Q4 361,263 343,418 Mil. NOK, NSA Quarterly
Government Expenditures 2022 Q4 427,074 375,420 Mil. NOK, NSA Quarterly
Government Revenues 2022 Q4 788,337 718,838 Mil. NOK, NSA Quarterly
Outstanding Public Debt 2022 Q4 733,264 826,889 Mil. NOK, NSA Quarterly
Gross External Debt 2022 Q3 0 0 USD, NSA Quarterly

Release Information

Public access to time series for the central government debt are offered. Annual figures are available from 1965 and quarterly figures from the 4th quarter 1996.

The population includes all central government debt managed by the Ministry of Finance. The time series rarely include breaks.

Comparibility with other statistics: These statistics are not based on international standards. In principle the quarterly figures are final at the time of publishing except for the 4th quarter, which might be revised when the central government's fiscal account is presented in the Storting's white paper no. 3. The statistics General government financial assets and liabilities, the Financial accounts and the National Accounts include annual figures in processed form.

Standard classifications: Financial instrument - Rough classification of debt by type.

Source Definitions:

Total central government debt: This figure relates to all borrowing by the central government.

Norwegian krone (NOK) debt: This item comprises domestic debt denominated in national currency.

Debt denominated in foreign currency: This item comprises foreign debt denominated in foreign currency.

Published figures are not revised. State guarantees for the fourth quarter are published With other figures for the first quarter of the following year.

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