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M3

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(Economics) the amount of money in circulation given by M1 plus all private-sector bank deposits and certificates of deposit. Former symbol: £M3 (sterling M3)
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Noun1.M3 - a measure of the money supplyM3 - a measure of the money supply; M2 plus deposits at institutions that are not banks (such as savings and loan associations)
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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The ECB has one last arrow and that is quantitative easing of EUR1tn, needed to restore the M3 money supply to trend growth.
Eurozone M3 money supply -- a more general measure of cash in the economy -- grew at an annual pace of 2.
The Kingdom's M3 money supply growth edged up to 12.
Saudi Arabia's M3 money supply growth accelerated to 13.
Meanwhile, Bahrain's M3 money supply growth slowed to 12.
Euro-zone private sector credit growth improves and M3 money supply rises in June.
If inflation is an increase in the money supply, then aren't we currently seeing deflation since the M3 money supply is contracting?
At the monetary level, M3 money supply rose, over the first two months of 2010, by 2.
At the monetary level, M3 money supply and financing to the economy grew, in 2009, by 12.