Spain - Outstanding Public Debt - Domestic

Spain: Outstanding Public Debt - Domestic

Unit Ths. EUR, NSA
Adjustments Not Seasonally Adjusted
Monthly 0.63 %
Data Oct 2021 656,884,702
Sep 2021 661,077,124

Series Information

Source Bank of Spain
Release State Debt
Frequency Monthly
Start Date 1/31/1995
End Date 10/31/2021

Spain: Government

Reference Last Previous Units Frequency
Government Budget Balance Oct 2021 -841,000 -2,911,000 Ths. EUR, NSA Monthly
Government Expenditures Oct 2021 24,443,000 30,006,000 Ths. EUR, NSA Monthly
Government Revenues Oct 2021 23,602,000 27,095,000 Ths. EUR, NSA Monthly
Outstanding Public Debt Oct 2021 1,235,100,060 1,244,685,058 Ths. EUR, NSA Monthly
Outstanding Public Debt - Domestic Oct 2021 656,884,702 661,077,124 Ths. EUR, NSA Monthly
Outstanding Public Debt - Foreign Oct 2021 578,215,358 583,607,934 Ths. EUR, NSA Monthly

Release Information

For Spain, central government debt (a.k.a. state debt).

General Government is a sector of the economy defined in the European System of Accounts as comprising the central government, regional governments, local governments and social security funds. Excluded are government-owned entities that conduct commercial operations, such as public enterprises.

Debt includes financing and outstanding liabilities compiled according to the protocol on Excessive Deficit Procedure broken down by maturity, currency, instrument, and counterpart holder.

Active dataset:

  • National accounts framework: ESA 2010
  • Measurement: Thousands of euros (Ths. EUR)
  • Adjustment: Not seasonally adjusted (NSA)
  • Native frequency: Quarterly
  • Start date: Generally 1995Q1


  • ESA 95 - 1990 to 2014

These data are collected and reported by the Bank of Spain and in the Boletín Estadístico.

Data are compiled in accordance with the methodology of the Excessive Deficit Procedure (EDP) / Maastricht Treaty.

For outstanding liabilities, face value or the best proxy available (nominal value). For instruments in foreign currency, the value in euro is calculated using the exchange rate at the end of the period.

Yes. Data are provisional when first released and are subsequently revised over approximately two years. Data become final between two and three years after first release.

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