|Unit||Mil. SEK, NSA|
|Adjustments||Not Seasonally Adjusted|
|Capacity Utilization||2023 Q1||85.7||86.9||%, SA||Quarterly|
|Business Confidence||Feb 2023||7.2||4.6||SA||Monthly|
|Industrial Production||Jan 2023||119.3||113.6||Ch. Vol. Index 2015=100, WDASA||Monthly|
|Change in Inventories||2022 Q4||-7,399||27,460||Mil. SEK, NSA||Quarterly|
For Sweden, quarterly national accounts, including the expenditure and production approaches to gross domestic product. Quarterly from 1981.
Gross domestic product from the production side shows how the sum of value added is distributed over sectors and activities.
Gross domestic product on the expenditure side shows how GDP is distributed with respect to consumption, capital formation and foreign trade.
The quarterly national accounts are compiled from a less comprehensive set of materials than the detailed annual national accounts and the first results are released 60 days after the end of the period. The sum of four quarters equals preliminary annual figures for the years without detailed annual figures. The detailed annual figures are published after 23 months. Constant prices reference year 2018 are chained series and thus not additive.
Quarterly non-financial sector accounts are from 2009q1 and onwards are published at the same date as quarterly GDP. Information is provided for these institutional sectors: corporations, government, households and the rest of the world. A further breakdown into non-financial and financial corporations is published within 90 days of the reference period.
We compute identities: Trade balance and select GDP(E) aggregates, select GVA aggregates.
We calculate seasonally adjusted supplements for: GDP(E) as above, GVA detail at current prices.
We compute deflators.
The currency reference year is advanced each year.
There is a benchmark revision every five years.
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At IMF (SDDS Plus):