public sector net cash requirement


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public sector net cash requirement (PSNCR)

the amount of money the government needs to borrow (PUBLIC SECTOR BORROWING REQUIREMENT) or is

in a position to repay (PUBLIC SECTOR DEBT REPAYMENT) depending upon whether it incurs a BUDGET DEFICIT or BUDGET SURPLUS, respectively public utility an enterprise that provides certain essential goods or services like water, electricity and gas. In some countries, such as the USA and the UK, most of these goods and services are provided by privately owned (but publicly regulated) companies. In other countries, for instance France, most of these products are provided by publicly owned corporations (nationalized industries). See RATE-OF-RETURN REGULATION, MARGINAL-COST PRICING, TWO-PART TARIFF, NATIONALIZATION.

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The effect of APF flows on the fiscal forecast Per cent of GDP, fiscal years 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 Public sector net cash requirement (as a per cent of GDP) Excluding APF flows 8.
Britain's public sector net cash requirement rose unexpectedly last month compared to the same time a year ago, hitting its highest level for a June since records began in April 1984, official data showed on Tuesday.
The public sector net cash requirement (PSNCR) in February was pounds 2.
The data showed the public sector net cash requirement stood at pounds 7.
Across the four months to July, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said the public sector net cash requirement was pounds 9.
The public sector net cash requirement, which highlights the Government's cash position rather than its underlying fiscal health, came in at pounds 11.
Meanwhile, separate figures from the ONS showed the UK's public sector net cash requirement rose to pounds 5.
November's public sector net cash requirement rose to pounds 8.
National Statistics reported a public sector net cash requirement last month of pounds 17.
The UK posted a public sector net cash requirement in December of pounds 13.
National Statistics reported a public sector net cash requirement for April -the first month of the fiscal year -of minus pounds 2.
Even so, yesterday's figures showed a record monthly public sector net cash requirement of pounds 14.

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