Question: Where can I find Flow of Funds data for the United States?


The Flow of Funds is an accounting of the way in which money moves into and out of the different departments of an organization. In the U.S., the Flow of Funds is a set of accounts published by the Federal Reserve containing financial and economic data relating to borrowing, lending, and investment within the economy. 

Federal Reserve:  The Flow of Funds section produces the Board's quarterly Financial Accounts of the United States, a comprehensive set of accounts that includes detail on the assets and liabilities of households, businesses, governments, and financial institutions. Go to the Financial Accounts of the United States - Z.1

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Last Updated: Aug 20, 2018Views:

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