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Provincial finances from 1900
Realised figures on revenues, expenditures and debts of provinces. Provincial levies
Government deficit for 2021 down to 2.5 percent of GDP
In 2021, the Dutch government recorded a budget deficit of almost 22 billion euros. This is equal to 2.5 percent of gross domestic product (GDP).
In this video, Peter Hein van Mulligen explains which factors have contributed to the enormous price increase of existing owner-occupied homes. He looks at the role of mortgage interest rates,...
Inheritances; inherited wealth, characteristics
Inherited wealth of deceased persons Wealth components, marital status, sex
Wealth of households; components of wealth
Total, mean and median wealth of households household characteristics and components of wealth
Health care institutions; key figures, finance and personnel
Profit/loss account, balance sheet, personnel, self-employed, hospitals, mental health hospitals, residential care for children
The weighted average time of the payment of interest and redemption of a group of bonds.
The issuing of securities (stocks and bonds) by companies or government to attract new funds.
Transit goods at customs stored for a definite period in a bonded warehouse (a storage space in the Netherlands for goods on which import duties and levies still have to be paid.)
Yield to redemption
The interest rate where the current value of the bond (calculated on the basis of the rates and the accumulated interest) is equal to the cash value of all future yields (interest payments and...
The changes in acquisitions and liabilities of a sector to other sectors and the rest of the world. These are often mirror images of real transactions, but they can also stand on their own (such as...
Strong growth in security holdings of pension funds and insurance companies
The combined security holdings of pension funds and insurance companies rose by nearly 20 percent in 2005.
CBS studies well-being of people with inter-country adoption backgrounds
In recent years, people who have been adopted from abroad have regularly reported that things went wrong during the adoption process.
Pension funds and insurers make profits on shares only
Pension funds and insurance companies in the Netherlands realised share profits of 6 percent in the third quarter of 2005.
More foreign securities for pension funds and insurance companies in 2004
Total assets of Dutch pension funds and insurance companies amounted to 865 billion euro at the end of 2004. This is 82 billion more than in 2003. Holdings of foreign securities in particular rose....
Unprecedented differences in Eurozone interest rates
In June 2010 the interest on the latest ten year Dutch government bonds was 2.9 percent. This is well below the Eurozone average.
Substantial increase assets pension funds and insurance companies in first quarter
In the first quarter of 2004 the total assets of pension funds and insurance companies rose by 46 billion euro to 829 billion euro. On balance the value of shares rose by more than 24 billion euro,...
Assets of pension funds and insurance companies unchanged in second quarter
The total value of assets of pension funds and insurance companies hardly changed in the second quarter of 2004 from the first quarter. These institutions owned assets worth a total 830 billion euro...
Dutch government lends Greece 11.9 billion euros
Together, the countries in Europe have lent the Greek government 195 billion euros. The Dutch contribution to this loan is 11.9 billion euros, i.e. more than 700 euros per Dutch resident. The Greek...
New investment products popular
The market for special structured bonds has grown at a spectacular rate in recent years.