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(Economics) the amount of money in circulation in notes and coin plus non-interest-bearing bank deposits, building-society deposits, and National Savings accounts
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Noun1.M2 - a measure of the money supplyM2 - a measure of the money supply; M1 plus net time deposits (other than large certificates of deposit)
money supply - the total stock of money in the economy; currency held by the public plus money in accounts in banks
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Growth in the broad M2 money supply measure has been gradually trending lower since the end of 2014, on the back of lower oil prices.
The People's Bank of China could raise its M2 money supply growth target to 14 percent in 2015, from the current 13 percent.
Annual growth in the broad M2 money supply measure remains relatively weak and slowed down to 5.
Premier Li said in remarks published last week that "there's a lot of money in the 'pool' and issuing more money may lead to inflation," citing the nation's outstanding M2 money supply of more than 100tn yuan ($16tn) as of March, about double GDP.
It increased from 5 to $10 Trillion roughly for the M2 money supply.
Meanwhile, South Korea's M2 Money Supply grew at a slower rate in September than that in the previous month, indicating that more monetary easing policies were needed to increase the amount of currency in circulation, which in turn could result in reviving the country's economic growth.
Data over the weekend from China, the world's second-largest economy after the United States, showed broad M2 money supply rose more than expected in September while its exports grew at roughly twice the rate expected in September and imports recovered.
stock market index is positively associated with M2 money supply in the short run and negatively affected by M2 money supply in the long run, and the short-term and long-term interest rates.
The BOJ also said the benchmark M2 money supply reading, covering cash in circulation, demand and time deposits and certificates of deposit at domestic banks, came to 798.