PSND

AcronymDefinition
PSNDPublic Sector Net Debt
PSNDPuget Sound
PSNDPeanut Stem Necrosis Disease
PSNDProjet des Services des Naissances Desirables (French)
PSNDPosition Sensitive Neutron Detector
PSNDPreschool Nature Discovery
PSNDPigment Specific Normalized Difference
PSNDPost-Streptococcal Neurological Disorders
PSNDProgressing Stroke with Neurological Deterioration
PSNDPressurized Shallow - Narrow Rainfield
PSNDPercentage of Similar Neighbours
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Public sector net debt, excluding temporary effects of financial interventions (PSND ex), was said to be equivalent to 76.1% of gross domestic product (GDP) and was recorded as GBP1,284.5bn at the end of May 2014.
The impact on PSND derives from the difference between the liability to the private sector that the APF created, namely the central bank reserves which fund the loan, and the liability it removed from the private sector's possession, the nominal value of the gilts it holds.
Because of this, the debt stock, PSND, increases more slowly than it otherwise would, even though PSNB is unchanged.
These are variants of the longer-lived PSND and PSNB series, which exclude certain elements.
In 2011-12 the WGA show public sector net liabilities of 1,347 billion [pounds sterling] compared to the narrow public sector net debt (PSND) measure of 1,106 billion [pounds sterling] and gross debt or the Maastricht measure of 1,325 billion [pounds sterling].