Saturday, 8 December 2012

Movements in the U.S. Monetary Base and Money Supply (as of 28 Nov-2012)

The Monetary Base decreased 0.40% for the bi-weekly period to end on USD 2,650.7 billion, 3.71% lower than the highest value reported this year. Compared to the beginning of the year the base is down by 0.34%.

The M1 Money Stock was down 0.43% for the bi-weekly period and ended the week on USD 2,386.1 billion. Compared to the beginning of the year it is up by 8.03%.

M2 Money Stock was down 0.24% for the bi-weekly period and ended the week on USD 10,257.0 billion. This decline of 0.24% for the bi-weekly period was the biggest drop this year. Compared to the beginning of the year, M2 is up by 5.48%.

Notes:
The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis reported the Monetary Base and Money Supply (Stock) figures for the bi-weekly period ending 28 November on 7 December 2012. The data series used in this report start in January 2012 and are the bi-weekly, average figures ending Wednesday.

 
 
 
 
 

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