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During the fiscal year that ended in September 2014, the budget deficit declined $197 billion to $483 billion, $100 billion lower than projected in the July Mid-Session Review. The FY 2014 deficit was equivalent to 2.8 percent of GDP, the lowest share since 2007. A combination of fiscal retrenchment and faster economic growth have lowered the deficit as a share of the economy by 7 percentage points from a peak of 9.8 percent in FY 2009 – the most rapid improvement in any five-year period since the demobilization after World War II.
Deficyt w roku fiskalnym 2014 wyniósl tylko 2,8% PKB, najniżej od 2007 roku. Nastapil 7% spadek deficytu z blisko 10% do 2,8% co było największym spadkiem od czasu Drugiej Wojny Światowej.
Nadchodzące pożyczki netto zaprezentowano w innym komunikacie prasowym (klik)
The U.S. Department of the Treasury today announced its current estimates of net marketable borrowing for the October – December 2014 and January – March 2015 quarters:
During the October – December 2014 quarter, Treasury expects to issue $232 billion in net marketable debt, assuming an end-of-December cash balance of $200 billion. This borrowing estimate is $45 billion higher than announced in August 2014. The increase in borrowing relates primarily to changes in cash balance assumptions.
During the January – March 2015 quarter, Treasury expects to issue $209 billion in net marketable debt, assuming an end-of-March cash balance of $100 billion.
During the July – September 2014 quarter, Treasury issued $205 billion in net marketable debt and ended the quarter with a cash balance of $158 billion. In August 2014, Treasury had estimated $192 billion in net marketable debt and assumed an end-of-September cash balance of $150 billion. The increase in borrowing is driven primarily by a higher ending cash balance.