Money Supply

Money Supply

Money Supply

- Money Supply
M1 One measure of the money supply that includes all coins, currency held by the public, traveler's checks, checking account balances, NOW accounts, automatic transfer service accounts, and balances in credit unions.
M2 One measure of the money supply that includes M1, plus savings and small time deposits, overnight repos at commercial banks, and non-institutional money market accounts. A key economic indicator used to forecast inflation.
M3 One measure of the money supply that includes M2, plus large time deposits, repos of maturity greater than one day at commercial banks, and institutional money market accounts.
extended broad money One measure of the money supply that includes M2, plus large time deposits, repos of maturity greater than one day at commercial banks, and institutional money market accounts. also called M3.
Money Supply 2021
Too Much Money Portends High Inflation The Wall Street Journal
Morgan Stanley Report Says Money Supply Data Offers Little Meaning The Wall Street Journal
Real World Economics: Interest and inflation rates both rooted in money supply TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press
‘Base Effects’ And ‘Bottlenecks’ Won’t Absolve The Inflation Demons Of 30% Money Supply Growth Forbes