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Since the inflation rate has a strong association with the monetary sector, especially money supply, increasing in narrow money and quasi-money may affect inflation rate in the country.
Figure 4 plots the actual inflationary gap and the excess inflationary gap measured in terms of narrow money [M.sub.1] (at top) and broad money [M.sub.3] (at bottom) and the rate of growth of the GDP deflator for Greece.
At the end of 2010 broad money supply stood at YER2,267.1 billion while narrow money supply stood at YER786.6.
Narrow money is expected to grow 9..13% next year, while forecast on interest rate is not provided.
Narrow money, or M1, was almost unchanged at 5 billion dinars compared to 5.01 billion dinars in the previous year.
Over the 5-year period from 2002/03 to 2007/08, domestic liquidity (M2) grew at a CAGR of 14.8%, while narrow Money Supply (M1) rose by 29.9%, and Quasi Money moved up by 12.2%.
Narrow money, or M1, rose to 429.15bn riyals last month up from 333.11bn riyals a year earlier.
This article focuses on the role of sweep programs in properly measuring narrow money. In a sweep program, banks move a portion of funds from customer demand deposits (DDs) or other checkable deposits (OCDs) into instruments with zero statutory reserve requirements.
Invariably, such models also fail to draw a distinction between narrow money (bank reserves) and broad money (bank deposits) and rule out, by assumption, financial frictions that may be important for understanding the role of financial intermediation in the economy.
Provisional M0 narrow money supply grew a provisional 7.1 per cent in the year to July, up from 6.7 per cent in June.
In recent studies, McClean [1997, 1998] examined the causal relationship between the narrow money supply (M1) and the monetary base for the small, open economy of Barbados.
These are: a) cash in circulation to narrow money ratio, b) cash in circulation to gross domestic product ratio and c) cash in circulation in USD, at purchasing power parity rate, per capita.(12)