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Money Stock Measures M1 and M2 - Money Supply

by Brian Brown, 3639 days ago
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Recorded and released by the Federal Reserve, the Money Stock Measures Report comprises the seasonally adjusted and unadjusted M1 and M2.
Money stock or money supply refers to the total volume of money existing in an economy at a specific point in time. This includes demand deposits and currency in circulation.

M1 and M2 refer to the different types of money. In the Unites States, M1 consists of currency that is not found in Bank reserves, Bank reserves include U.S. Treasury, Federal Reserve Banks and depository institutions' vaults. M2 s a broader classification of money and consists of money in M1 plus saving deposits, small-denomination time deposits (not including IRA accounts and Keogh balances at depository institutions), balances in retail money market mutual funds...
For more information, visit: http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/h6/current/h6.htm

This economic data item creates four time series and uses the following ticker symbols ^M1, ^M1_adj (Seasonally Adjusted), ^M2, ^M2_adj (Seasonally Adjusted). Historical data is downloaded from the Federal Reserve website.

The data spans from January 1959 to present and is released once a month. Values reported for M1 and M2 are in Billions of dollars.

Other economic data releases include Economic Data - Retail Trade Report, Federal Reserve Flow of Funds - Balance Sheet Historical Data, Initial Jobless Claims - Historical data, Consumer Price Index - Historical data, Yale - Valuation Confidence Index.




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