Israel - Ahorro bruto

Ahorro ajustado: ahorro bruto (% del INB)

Ahorro ajustado: ahorro bruto (% del INB) in Israel was 21.61 as of 2012. Its highest value over the past 52 years was 27.46 in 1961, while its lowest value was 9.74 in 1975.

Definition: El ahorro bruto es la diferencia entre el ingreso nacional bruto y el consumo público y privado, más las transferencias corrientes netas.

Source: Archivos de datos sobre las cuentas nacionales del Banco Mundial.

See also:

Year Value
1960 27.22
1961 27.46
1965 21.35
1966 18.15
1967 15.46
1968 14.75
1969 13.06
1970 13.52
1971 20.43
1972 23.17
1973 19.26
1974 18.01
1975 9.74
1976 13.36
1977 15.86
1978 13.33
1979 14.47
1980 16.53
1981 13.19
1982 10.19
1983 11.44
1984 14.99
1985 22.32
1986 19.89
1987 10.54
1988 12.31
1989 15.37
1990 22.21
1991 18.08
1992 18.16
1993 16.24
1994 15.01
1995 14.45
1996 16.67
1997 17.97
1998 17.45
1999 16.67
2000 18.37
2001 18.72
2002 17.79
2003 18.59
2004 20.43
2005 22.03
2006 24.35
2007 23.60
2008 21.82
2009 22.00
2010 21.70
2011 21.77
2012 21.61

Ahorro bruto (US$ a precios actuales)

The latest value for Ahorro bruto (US$ a precios actuales) in Israel was 63,670,490,000 as of 2013. Over the past 53 years, the value for this indicator has fluctuated between 63,670,490,000 in 2013 and 578,571,900 in 1968.

Definition: El ahorro bruto se calcula como el ingreso nacional bruto menos el consumo total más las transferencias netas. Datos en US$ a precios actuales.

Source: Datos sobre las cuentas nacionales del Banco Mundial y archivos de datos sobre cuentas nacionales de la OCDE.

See also:

Year Value
1960 781,867,000
1961 952,687,000
1965 778,001,500
1966 717,668,100
1967 600,324,400
1968 578,571,900
1969 589,571,900
1970 714,428,900
1971 1,120,334,000
1972 1,633,754,000
1973 1,727,747,000
1974 2,196,098,000
1975 1,157,387,000
1976 1,606,684,000
1977 2,130,328,000
1978 1,761,094,000
1979 2,433,230,000
1980 3,477,201,000
1981 2,987,025,000
1982 2,429,082,000
1983 3,040,189,000
1984 3,732,832,000
1985 5,173,114,000
1986 5,699,845,000
1987 3,621,018,000
1988 5,265,865,000
1989 6,678,341,000
1990 11,383,780,000
1991 10,500,670,000
1992 11,709,670,000
1993 10,539,840,000
1994 11,045,580,000
1995 13,405,800,000
1996 17,615,240,000
1997 20,012,090,000
1998 19,530,090,000
1999 19,354,240,000
2000 24,545,630,000
2001 25,535,000,000
2002 22,650,890,000
2003 23,929,540,000
2004 28,756,870,000
2005 32,273,180,000
2006 36,604,670,000
2007 41,650,030,000
2008 44,622,500,000
2009 43,916,090,000
2010 49,471,760,000
2011 56,710,100,000
2012 55,664,730,000
2013 63,670,490,000

Ahorro bruto (UMN a precios actuales)

The value for Ahorro bruto (UMN a precios actuales) in Israel was 229,899,000,000 as of 2013. As the graph below shows, over the past 53 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 229,899,000,000 in 2013 and a minimum value of 140,736 in 1960.

Definition: El ahorro bruto se calcula como el ingreso nacional bruto menos el consumo total más las transferencias netas. Los datos se expresan en moneda local a precios corrientes.

Source: Datos sobre las cuentas nacionales del Banco Mundial y archivos de datos sobre cuentas nacionales de la OCDE.

See also:

Year Value
1960 140,736
1961 171,484
1965 233,400
1966 215,300
1967 185,100
1968 202,500
1969 206,350
1970 250,049
1971 470,539
1972 682,876
1973 724,736
1974 977,599
1975 733,338
1976 1,273,389
1977 2,225,234
1978 3,070,538
1979 6,181,961
1980 17,818,190
1981 34,143,480
1982 58,946,530
1983 170,902,700
1984 1,094,504,000
1985 6,098,327,000
1986 8,480,457,000
1987 5,774,221,000
1988 8,419,749,000
1989 12,798,370,000
1990 22,951,990,000
1991 23,932,080,000
1992 28,795,250,000
1993 29,828,810,000
1994 33,259,360,000
1995 40,368,900,000
1996 56,222,550,000
1997 69,029,700,000
1998 74,216,310,000
1999 80,120,750,000
2000 100,080,000,000
2001 107,393,000,000
2002 107,315,000,000
2003 108,978,000,000
2004 128,888,000,000
2005 144,842,000,000
2006 163,103,000,000
2007 171,102,000,000
2008 160,106,000,000
2009 172,691,000,000
2010 184,975,000,000
2011 202,909,000,000
2012 214,638,000,000
2013 229,899,000,000

Ahorro bruto (% del INB)

Ahorro bruto (% del INB) in Israel was 22.40 as of 2013. Its highest value over the past 53 years was 27.46 in 1961, while its lowest value was 9.74 in 1975.

Definition: El ahorro bruto se calcula como el ingreso nacional bruto menos el consumo total más las transferencias netas.

Source: Datos sobre las cuentas nacionales del Banco Mundial y archivos de datos sobre cuentas nacionales de la OCDE.

See also:

Year Value
1960 27.22
1961 27.46
1965 21.35
1966 18.15
1967 15.46
1968 14.75
1969 13.06
1970 13.52
1971 20.43
1972 23.17
1973 19.26
1974 18.01
1975 9.74
1976 13.36
1977 15.86
1978 13.33
1979 14.47
1980 16.53
1981 13.19
1982 10.19
1983 11.44
1984 14.99
1985 22.32
1986 19.89
1987 10.54
1988 12.31
1989 15.37
1990 22.21
1991 18.08
1992 18.16
1993 16.24
1994 15.01
1995 14.89
1996 17.38
1997 18.98
1998 18.45
1999 18.32
2000 20.36
2001 20.69
2002 19.64
2003 19.84
2004 21.95
2005 23.13
2006 24.16
2007 23.60
2008 21.26
2009 21.81
2010 21.72
2011 22.25
2012 22.20
2013 22.40

Ahorro bruto (% del PIB)

Ahorro bruto (% del PIB) in Israel was 21.91 as of 2013. Its highest value over the past 53 years was 27.32 in 1961, while its lowest value was 9.38 in 1975.

Definition: El ahorro bruto se calcula como el ingreso nacional bruto menos el consumo total más las transferencias netas.

Source: Datos sobre las cuentas nacionales del Banco Mundial y archivos de datos sobre cuentas nacionales de la OCDE.

See also:

Year Value
1960 27.08
1961 27.32
1965 21.24
1966 18.03
1967 15.31
1968 14.61
1969 12.91
1970 13.30
1971 20.10
1972 22.77
1973 18.69
1974 17.47
1975 9.38
1976 12.88
1977 15.46
1978 12.93
1979 13.90
1980 15.96
1981 12.88
1982 9.89
1983 11.08
1984 14.33
1985 21.45
1986 19.19
1987 10.21
1988 12.00
1989 14.97
1990 21.69
1991 17.75
1992 17.80
1993 15.99
1994 14.79
1995 13.50
1996 16.14
1997 17.65
1998 16.98
1999 16.64
2000 18.67
2001 19.70
2002 18.90
2003 19.07
2004 21.46
2005 22.85
2006 24.05
2007 23.57
2008 20.86
2009 21.27
2010 21.24
2011 21.95
2012 21.64
2013 21.91

Classificación

Tema: Indicadores tema Economía y crecimiento

Sub-tema: Cuentas nacionales