PSNB

AcronymDefinition
PSNBPublic Sector Net Borrowing (UK)
PSNBPublic Service News Bureau
PSNBPuget Sound National Bank (Washington)
PSNBPopliteal Sciatic Nerve Block (anesthesia)
PSNBParavertebral Somatic Nerve Block
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ONS said PSNB ex was GBP7.7bn in October 2014, a decrease of GBP0.2bn when compared with the same period last year.
The PSNB excluding financial interventions for the year to date came to 104.410 billion pounds compared to 105.067 billion for the year-ago period, and the Office for Budget Responsibility forecasts it will hit 148.5 billion pounds this fiscal year.
In the fiscal year so far, the PSNB stood at E"65.256 billion versus E"26.122 billion in the same period a year ago.
Segundo a PSNB (2000) ha uma tendencia de aumento da geracao informada do lixo domiciliar per capita em proporcao direta com o numero de habitantes.
The borrowing figure was lower than analysts' expectations for PSNB of pounds 2.8 billion, but is nonetheless the biggest February deficit since 1997, just before Labour came to power in May that year The performance means that Mr Darling is likely to meet his PSNB forecast for the full year, made during his Budget speech last week.
In March's Budget, Mr Brown predicted a PSNB of pounds 34bn for the current financial year.
Chancellor Gordon Brown forecast a PSNB of pounds 36.8bn for 2006/07 in the pre-budget report in December.
PSNB, carrying the honorific Dato Seri Setia, 1996; previously styled Dato Seri Laila Jasa.
Government forecasts are based on a measure of PSNB that excludes financial sector interventions, and this measure came in at 10.3 bln pounds, slightly higher than the same month a year ago.
In Gordon Brown's March Budget he forecast PSNB for the 2007/8 fiscal year of pounds 34 billion.
The surplus in public sector net borrowing (PSNB) compared with a pounds 1.7bn deficit a year ago and means the Treasury is pounds 20.9bn in the red during the seven months since April.
However, for the year to date both PSNB and PSNCR are lower than they were at the same point in the last fiscal year, when Britain was still deep in recession.