Canada Money Supply M1

Money Supply M1 in Canada increased to 735990 CAD Million in February of 2014 from 735642 CAD Million in January of 2014. Money Supply M1 in Canada is reported by the Bank Of Canada. Money Supply M1 in Canada averaged 222642.16 CAD Million from 1975 until 2014, reaching an all time high of 735990 CAD Million in February of 2014 and a record low of 30706 CAD Million in March of 1975. This page provides - Canada Money Supply M1 - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news. 2014-04-21

Actual Previous Highest Lowest Forecast Dates Unit Frequency
735990.00 735642.00 735990.00 30706.00 743583.35 | 2014/03 1975 - 2014 CAD Million Monthly
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Money Last Previous Highest Lowest Forecast Unit
Central Bank Balance Sheet 88028.00 2014-03-31 88584.00 90164.00 2226.00 91133.94 2014-04-30 CAD Million [+]
Foreign Exchange Reserves 76450.00 2014-03-31 77169.00 77169.00 1678.10 76822.53 2014-04-30 USD Million [+]
Foreign Stock Investment 6080.00 2014-02-28 1220.00 26142.00 -24132.00 4847.70 2014-03-31 CAD Million [+]
Interbank Rate 1.00 2014-03-31 0.99 21.57 0.24 1.00 2014-04-30 Percent [+]
Loans to Private Sector 218828.00 2014-02-28 219109.00 220896.00 10151.00 219301.10 2014-03-31 CAD Million [+]
Money Supply M0 71139.00 2014-02-28 70790.00 71139.00 2214.00 71367.07 2014-03-31 CAD Million [+]
Money Supply M1 735990.00 2014-02-28 735642.00 735990.00 30706.00 743583.35 2014-03-31 CAD Million [+]
Money Supply M2 1249498.00 2014-02-28 1248366.00 1249498.00 25523.00 1253632.98 2014-03-31 CAD Million [+]
Money Supply M3 1788525.00 2014-02-28 1800319.00 1800319.00 37982.00 1805661.36 2014-03-31 CAD Million [+]
Interest Rate 1.00 2014-04-16 1.00 16.00 0.25 1.00 2014-05-31 Percent [+]
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Money Supply M1 | Notes
Money Supply is the aggregate amount of monetary assets available in a country at a specific time. According to the Financial Times, Money Supply M0 and M1, also known as narrow money, includes coins and notes in circulation and other assets that are easily convertible into cash. Money Supply M2 includes M1 plus short-term time deposits in banks. Money Supply M3 includes M2 plus longer-term time deposits. Money Supply includes M3 plus other deposits. And the term broad money is used to describe Money Supply M2, M3 or M4.


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