USA: Money supply (broad money)

(measure: billion currency units, source: The Federal Reserve System of USA)
Money supply, billion currency units in the USA, September, 2017: Data for that indicator for the USA are available from January 2000 to September 2017. During that period, the average value for the USA was 8408.46 billion currency units with a high of 13678.8 billion currency units in September 2017 and a low of 4647.8 billion currency units in January 2000. The source of the data for this indicator for the USA is: The Federal Reserve System of USA. Click on the following link to see the values of Money supply, billion currency units around the world.
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Measure: billion currency units
Source: The Federal Reserve System of USA
Definition: The money supply is the total amount of currency and other liquid instruments circulating in the economy. The indicator represents the broad money that include currency outside banks; demand, time, saving, and foreign currency deposits of resident sectors other than the central government; bank and traveler’s checks; and other securities such as certificates of deposit and commercial paper.