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Yesterday we mentioned that Money Supply had moved up aggressively since the beginning of 2004.

For those who want to know where to track this, you can see the data on the Dallas Fed site:

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Category: Finance

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2 Responses to “Money Supply Spike ?”

  1. Will TK says:

    Another fine E-site for economic information is -
    http://www.economagic.com/popular.htm . Thak you for the post on M2 supply

  2. Robert says:

    regarding the recent pick up in M2 – I’m confused, can someone explain………I thought perhaps that increasing uncertainty (of stocks and the economy) would lead to a people choosing cash over stocks? and so M2 rising means stocks falling…….