I'm reading the IMF's January 2016 Report on Sweden's Economic Indicators, and the top section has the following:
Domestic Demand (2012) Percent Change: -0.6
Indented below are:
Private Consumption (2012) Percent Change: 0.8
Public Consumption " ": 1.1
Gross Fixed Investment " ": -0.2
I think the final one, Gross Fixed Investment, is the same thing as Gross Fixed Capital Formation? Although if someone could clarify, that would be useful.
My main question is, should Private Consumption, Public Consumption, and GFI all equal to Domestic Demand? My thinking was that domestic demand constituted these three elements (hence why they were indented), and some sort of weighted combination of them should give the -0.6% change drop in domestic demand?