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(Economics) the amount of money in circulation in notes and coin, plus the banks' till money and the banks' balances at the Bank of England. Informal name: narrow money
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The narrow money supply -- which includes money outside the banking system, the current accounts, demand deposits in local currency -- edged down by 0.
With regard to monetary aggregates as at the end of November 2017, narrow money stock (M1) registered a year-on-year (YoY) a decline of 1.
With regards to monetary aggregates in the end of November last year, narrow money stock registered a year-on-year decline of 1.
Money supply as represented by narrow money (M1) decelerated during 2016 as compared to the previous year reflecting deceleration in growth of demand deposits, QCB said in its 8th Financial Stability Review.
As at the end of June 2016, narrow money stock (M1) when measured on year-on-year basis, registered a marginal fall of 0.
The M1, also called as narrow money, increased to Dh493.
The current direction of measures of narrow money flows make it particularly difficult to plausibly envisage an imminent economic collapse for the Chinese economy.
The bank said that its narrow money stock (M1), when measured on year-on-year basis, grew sharply by 30.
Narrow Money (M1), includes all physical monies such as coins and currency with demand deposits and other assets held by the central bank also fell from N6.
However, growth in narrow money aggregate growth was more rapid at 22.
Narrow money (M1) contracted by KD 315 million, following a modest gain last month.
At the end of 2012, narrow money stock (M1) grew 13.