New Zealand's Money Supply

- showing that some how somebody or some organisation is increasing our money supply!

$270,516,000,000.00
The counter increases by $690.10 per second based on the average M3 Money Supply growth since June 2014.

Money Supply Data

All data on thia page is sourced from the Reserve Bank of New Zealand - just follow this link.



Money Supply Graph

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Cash and M1 as a percentage of M3 Data

Percentage of currency and M1 money supply in circulation, compared to M3 money supply.



Cash and M1 as a percentage of M3 Graph

Percentage of: Currency in circulation; and Money Supply-M1 as percentages of the Money Supply-M3


M3 Percentage Growth Graph

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To see the comparison between the growth in the money supply and the growth in domestic credit (lending) hit this link.


Definitions

Currency in circulation

Notes and coin on issue from the Reserve Bank.

M1

Includes notes and coin held by the public plus chequeable deposits, minus inter-institutional chequeable deposits, and minus central government deposits.

M2

Consists of M1 plus all non-M1 call funding (call funding includes overnight money and funding on terms that can of right be broken without break penalties) minus inter-institutional non-M1 call funding.

M3

M3 is the broadest monetary aggregate. It represents all New Zealand dollar funding of M3 institutions and any Reserve Bank repos with non-M3 institutions. M3 consists of notes & coin held by the public plus NZ dollar funding minus inter-M3 institutional claims and minus central government deposits.

Domestic Credit

Domestic credit is the broadest lending aggregate, consisting of claims (lending) of M3 institutions on central government, and of M3 institutions and the Reserve Bank on the private sector.

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