This page mainly provides links to current data and graphs about Money, Interest, and the Shortfall between Total Incomes and the Total Price of Goods & Services
All you need to know about New Zealand's Money Supply is available graph and table form, along with links that describe how the money supply increases i.e. by way of credit creaton - the growth of debt money.
See the information: details on the interest we all receive as individuals, property owners and also as citizens and residents who benefit, directly or indirectly, from the interest income our government earns! It's all there in graph and table form.
Inflation - the word means “rising prices”. Clicking on the links will take you to graphs and data that highlight the insidious nature of inflation. The data in this section, shows that inflation carries on, year on year. The $50 dollar basket of Goods and services, purchased, at the end of December 1967, would now cost $829.39 (December 2012). A short discussion on the Reserve Banks responsibilies follows and a link to an inflation calculator.
The tables accessible when you click the link show that there is a shortfall of income available to purchasie all the goods and services produced (GDP). In The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money J M Keynes states: Provided it is agreed that income is equal to the value of current output all of which is conformable to common sense and the traditional usage of the great majority of economists... it's just not true. Have a look!
Gross domestic product (GDP) is the monetary value of all the finished goods and services produced within a country's borders in a specific time period. Though GDP is usually calculated on an annual basis, it can be calculated on a quarterly basis as well.
Monetary Comment provides links to documents, videos,podcasts, submissions, and blogs - about monetary reform. A paper is also available which discusses new economics for the 21st century.