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Private Debt To GDP in Belgium

Private Debt Data in Belgium

Indicator Data Period
Private Debt To GDP 265 % 2021


Latest data on Private Debt To GDP (%)

Private Debt To GDP
                     Belgium - Historical Data (%)

What is Belgium Private Debt Ratio to GDP?

  • Private Debt To GDP in Belgium decreased to 265 % in 2021. The maximum level was 287 % and minimum was 152 %
  • Data published Yearly by Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development.

Historical Data (%) by years

Data
Period
Date
265 2021 26.09.2022
287 2020 17.05.2021
250 2019 15.03.2021
259 2018 22.05.2019
261.3 2017 24.09.2018
270.4 2016 27.12.2017
252.5 2015 31.12.2015
249.92 2014 31.12.2014


Historical Chart by prime ministers (%)

Private Debt To GDP in Belgium by prime ministers

Name Period Start Data End Data Max Value Min Value CHG% Start/End
Charles Yves 11.10.2014 - 263.7900 260.3900 270.4000 260.3900 -1.29%

Other consumer indicators in Belgium

Index Updated Actual Previous
Consumer Confidence Sep/22 -27 in. pt. -11
Retail Sales YoY Jul/22 -2.7 % -5.6
Consumer Credit Aug/22 6.916 B USD 6.929
Consumer Spending 2Q/22 57.397 B USD 56.958
Disposable Personal Income 1Q/22 111.226 B USD 105.569
Households Debt To GDP 1Q/22 61 % 62.3

Private Debt To GDP in other countries

Country Updated Actual Previous
Sweden 2021 309 % 304
Finland 2020 235 % 226
Hungary 2021 142 % 139
Norway 2021 288 % 329
Belgium 2021 265 % 269
Portugal 2021 254 % 260
Poland 2021 120 % 122
Greece 2021 135 % 140
Spain 2021 210 % 212
United Kingdom 2021 184 % 208
Austria 2020 176 % 164
Czech Republic 2021 139 % 141
Denmark 2021 266 % 281
Estonia 2020 176 % 176
France 2021 286 % 297
Germany 2021 180 % 177
Iceland 2020 266 % 219
Ireland 2020 332 % 382
Italy 2021 167 % 175
Luxembourg 2020 471 % 466
Netherlands 2021 281 % 286
Slovakia 2020 139 % 134
Slovenia 2021 118 % 116
Switzerland 2021 272 % 269
Turkey 2020 173 % 167