Current Account is an important indicator of the economic health of a nation. It keeps a record of the transactions of the nation with the rest of the world i.e. the net of trade in goods and services, net transfer payments and also net earnings on cross-border investments over a span of a year. It
Budgetary deficit is an important indicator of the financial health of the country. The sum of deficits of revenue account and the capital account comprise the budgetary deficit. Revenue account deficit is equal to the excess of revenue expenses to revenue receipts. Likewise, the excess of capital disbursements of the government over the capital receipts
Capital Account states the roundup of capital expenditure and income of a nation and is a vital part of the balance of payments of a nation. It is usually tracked by various investments and loans coming and going out of the economy. It is made up of foreign direct investments, portfolio investments etc. It summarises
The Balance of Payments is defined as the synopsis of the transactions of the national economy with the rest of the world. The term covers all the transactions which are done between the residents and non-residents of the country encompassing the goods, services and income. It also covers the liabilities and all transfer as gifts.