|Indicator||Note||Quarterly variation||Anual change|
|GDP at market prices||1||0.6||2.5|
|Full-time equivalent employment||0.7||2.5|
The Quarterly Spanish National Accounts (QSNA) is a short-term summary statistic whose objective is to provide a quantitative description of the recent evolution of the national economy within the framework of the Spanish National Accounts. It provides estimates of GDP and its components in their three approaches (supply, demand and income), both in current prices and in terms of volume (in the case of the income approach, only at current prices), as well as employment (persons, jobs, full-time equivalent jobs and hours worked) and national income. In addition, all estimates are presented both as non-adjusted and adjusted for seasonal and calendar effects.
The QSNA adopts the methodology of the European System of National and Regional Accounts 2010 (ESA 2010), just like the rest of the statistical operations that make up the system of national accounts in Spain.