Fairly stable structure here now that has been about the same for a couple of years - similar in shape to the 2002 to 2008 period.
The household sector is borrowing more and the non-financial sector continues to save. But so far the household sector really hasn't got into party mood and gone bonkers.
And the private debt levels:
The big news here is the continuing relative deleveraging of the non-financial sector. Businesses are paying back debt faster than they are taking it out and this is reflected in the sector lending by the reduction in net-lending to other sectors. Credit acceleration is now deeply negative and unless that changes it points to a pull back at some point.
Q2 preliminary data is mixed and confusing. Once again we'll only know when all the results are in. And we have to wait until September for that.
Source: Office of National Statistics, tables RPZD, RPYN, RQAW, RPZT, RQCH, DJDS (Seasonally adjusted Net Lending/Borrowing per sector plus residual error) and YBHA (Gross domestic product at market prices, seasonally adjusted). Private sector debt based on tables J8XI, NLBC, NKZA, NNQC, NNRE, NNXI, NNXM, NNWK, J8XK, NLSY, NLUA, J8XM, NJCS, and NJBQ (Lending, securites and derivatives per sector, not seasonally adjusted) scaled by BKTL (Gross domestic product at market prices, not seasonally adjusted).