Money Supply (National Definition)
Money Supply (National Definition) in 2001
(billion rubles)
 
 

M2 Money  Supply1,
end of period

Money Supply
Growth Rates, %

Total

Including:

against previous month

against 01.01.2001
cash (0) non-cash funds
01.01.2001 1,154.4 418.9 735.5 9.5
01.02.2001 1,095.1 379.7 715.3 -5.1 -5.1
01.03.2001 1,124.2 387.6 736.7 2.7 -2.6
01.04.2001 1,165.0 399.0 766.0 3.6 0.9
01.05.2001 1,224.9 435.0 789.9 5.1 6.1
01.06.2001 1,247.1 438.0 809.2 1.8 8.0
01.07.2001 1,305.4 474.3 831.1 4.7 13.1
01.08.2001 1,340.9 490.3 850.7 2.7 16.2
01.09.2001 1,377.7 506.8 870.9 2.7 19.3
01.10.2001 1,425.9 530.6 895.2 3.5 23.5
01.11.2001 1,453.8 531.0 922.9 2.0 25.9
01.12.2001 1,452.9 526.8 926.1 -0.1 25.9
01.01.2002 1,612.6 583.8 1,028.8 11.0 39.7

1 M2 is defined as total cash in circulation (outside banks) and balances in the domestic currency on accounts of resident non-financial organizations and individuals.
The methodology for calculating M2 and its structural components is detailed in the Summary Methodology (Section 1) of the "Bulletin of Banking Statistics".

Updated March 4, 2004.

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