Definition: Aggregate saving

National accounts

Aggregate saving measures the portion of national disposable income that is not used for final consumption expenditure. Gross (or net) national saving is the sum of the gross (or net) savings of the various institutional sectors (see ESA 1995, § 8.96; SNA 1993, § 9.17).
Source:
Handbook on quarterly national accounts, 1999 Edition, Eurostat, p.36
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