Money Supply Growth Remains Stable at 8.4 Percent in March

by Ryan McMaken

The “true money supply” measure (an Austrian money-supply metric) is a measure of the money supply pioneered by Murray Rothbard and Joseph Salerno and is designed to provide a better measure than M2. The Mises Institute offers monthly updates on the TMS metric and its growth.

In February, the Austrian money supply metric was up 7.6 percent, which was a smaller growth rate compared to where it had been for much of 2015. February’s growth rate was the third-lowest growth rate measured over the past year. Overall, however, there is no evidence of a significant downward trend in money supply growth since it stabilized around 8 percent in mid-2013.

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