Money Supply (National Definition)
Money Supply (National Definition)
(billion of redenominated rubles)1
 
M2 Money  Supply2 without credit institutions with revoked licence Money Supply Growth Rates, %

For Reference: M2 money supply taking into account credit institutions with revoked licence

Total

Including

against previous month

against beginning
of year
cash (0) non-cash funds
1996
December 288.3 103.8 184.5 - - 295.2
1997
January 289.9 96.4 193.5 0.6 0.6 297.4
February 299.5 102.1 197.4 3.3 3.9 307.6
March 305.8 105.2 200.6 2.1 6.1 315.0
April 317.8 115.2 202.6 3.9 10.2 328.4
May 328.4 120.4 208.0 3.3 13.9 339.4
June 352.0 136.9 215.1 7.2 22.1 363.8
July 363.0 140.4 222.6 3.1 25.9 375.5
August 364.6 141.6 223.0 0.4 26.5 377.7
September 363.0 134.9 228.1 -0.4 25.9 376.2
October 368.8 135.8 233.0 1.6 27.9 382.3
November 357.4 128.8 228.6 -3.1 24.0 371.1
December 374.1 130.4 243.7 4.7 29.8 384.5


1 Since January 1, 1998, money supply does not include data on credit institutions which have had their licence recalled.   To make it possible to analyse and compare the money supply data with the previously published ones, the dynamic series of these indicators are calculated without the data of credit institutions with revoked licence and according to the former methodolody over a maximum possible peiod of availability of such information.

2 The M2 aggregate is the volume of cash in circulation (outside the banks) and balances in national currency in the settlement and current accounts and deposits of resident non-financial enterprises, organisations and individuals. It does not include foreign-currency deposits.


Updated July 23, 1998.

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