As the one person who reads here occasionally who also knows their way around the economic statistics.
So, UK capital share is about 20% of GP. Good part of that is depreciation etc. Actual payouts and returns to capital are more like about 10%. Well, an accurate figure there would be nice.
But what portion of that capital return, rather than capital share, is returns to pensions savings? There’s a trillion or two in pension pots, isn’t there? Meaning that we are getting to some appreciable percentage of GDP in those annual returns to them, no?