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ECB Announces Total Eurozone Debt Rose To 406.8% Of GDP In Q1 From 405.1% In Q4 2012


The ECB has released some debt figures for the Eurozone and its countries, presenting total public and private debt as a percentage of GDP. Major countries of note to be included were as follows:

  • Luxembourg total debt to GDP rose to 4,368.6% from 4,309.2%.
  • Ireland total debt to GDP rose to 1,074.7% from 1,056.2%.
  • Holland's total debt to GDP fell to 648.8% from 651.1%.
  • Spain's total debt to GDP fell to 404.3% from 406.6%
  • France's total debt to GDP rose to 397.8% from 386.5%
  • Italy's total debt to GDP rose to 371% from 370.6%
  • Germany's total debt to GDP fell to 296.7% from 296.9%

Also, the ECB reported total financial debt for the various countries. Notable figures were as follows:

  • Eurozone financial debt fell to 147.9% from 148.0%
  • Luxembourg financial debt rose to 3,726.0% of GDP from 3,674.7%
  • Ireland's financial debt fell to 639.4% of GDP from 650.3%
  • France's financial debt rose to 144.1% of GDP from 134.6%
  • Spain's financial debt fell to 111.0% of GDP from 112.5%
  • Italy's financial debt fell to 106.2% of GDP from 108.7%
  • Germany's financial debt fell to 89.3% of GDP from 89.6%

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