|SIC or institutional sector||Type of capital asset||Periods||Capital stock opening balance sheet (million euros)||Changes in capital stock Revaluation (million euros)||Changes in capital stock Invest. in fixed assets prod. and import (million euros)||Changes in capital stock Depreciation (-) (million euros)||Changes in capital stock Trade and other changes (million euros)||Changes in capital stock Statistical discrepancy (million euros)||Capital stock closing balance sheet (million euros)||Volume indices 2015=100 (2015 = 100)|
|27 Manufacture of electric equipment||Passenger cars||2020*||.||.||.||.||.||.||.||.|
|O-Q Government and care||Passenger cars||2020*||1,829||55||333||349||-2||0||1,866||107.8|
|87-88 Care and social work||Passenger cars||2020*||.||.||.||.||.||.||.||.|
This table shows capital stocks data and annual changes for various classes of economic activity and institutional sectors. The capital stock is split between differing types of asset.
Data is available from and including: 1995
Status of the data:
Data up to and including 2019 are final. Data for 2020 are provisional.
Changes per 28 April 2022:
The topic 'Capital stock closing balance sheet' was shown twice. The duplicate topic has been removed.
Changes per 31 August 2021:
Data for 2019 have been updated and are now final. Data for 2020 have been added and are provisional.
Changes per 26 August 2020:
Data for 2018 have been updated and are now final. Data for 2019 have been added and are provisional.
Changes per 16 July 2019:
Data for 2017 have been updated and are now final. Data for 2018 have been added and are provisional.
Changes per 11 February 2019:
None, this is a new table.
When will new data be published?
Provisional data are published six months after the end of the reporting period. 18 months after the reporting period final data will be published.
- Capital stock opening balance sheet
- The opening balance sheet is the balance sheet on 1 January of the accounting year, measured in average prices of the previous year. The opening balance sheet equals the closing balance sheet of the previous year.
- Changes in capital stock
- This item shows the changes in the market value of the capital stock in one year. The closing balance sheet of a year equals the opening balance sheet of that year including the sum of all changes.
- The change in value of the capital stock due to price changes. The revaluation is determined by multiplying the net capital stock on the opening balance sheet with the price changes in the current reporting year relative to the previous reporting year.
- Invest. in fixed assets prod. and import
- Investment in fixed assets from production and imports. Concerns total investments in fixed assets (gross), excluding the sale of used assets.
- Depreciation (-)
- The loss of value of the capital stock that is the consequence of foreseeable technological and economic obsolescence and insurable damage (like fire and theft). Capital goods are for example buildings, transport equipment and software.
- Trade and other changes
- Other changes in volume consist of the depreciation of cattle due to ageing and other changes in volume. Other changes in volume consist of the consequences of extraordinary unexpected events to non-financial assets, for example, a loss in value or even destruction of non-financial assets due to floods or war damage. The re-classification of firms to another sector (for example through mergers or subdivision of firms) is also part of ‘other changes in volume’.
- Statistical discrepancy
- A statistical discrepancy appears when the closing balance sheet of non-financial assets does not correspond to the opening balance sheet and the changes in non-financial assets. Statistical discrepancies arise during a benchmark revision because the capital stock is determined at a point in time when investment data are still provisional. This makes it impossible to create mutually consistent statistics.
- Capital stock closing balance sheet
- The closing balance sheet is the balance sheet on 31 December of the reporting year, measured in average prices of that particular year. The closing balance sheet equals the opening balance sheet of the next reporting year.
- Volume indices 2015=100
- Index of the volume change of the closing balance of the capital good.