Please note that, purportedly because of demand for physical currency, there is a significant distortion around the Chinese New Year
|Nominal money supply numbers as reported by the People's Bank of China.|
|Indexed growth of the money supply compared to growth in GDP (2005=100)|
|Velocity of M1 and M2|
OK, the Velocity I kept checking and checking and it seems to be right. Isn't a velocity of ~.5 kinda slow? The numbers are right, but something seems off. I know the the GDP / M2 calculation is crude, but the GDP numbers get huge revisions anyway, so it's just to get an idea. Leave me a comment if you have any insight on this one.
|Quarterly contributions to nominal GDP|
|Industry contributions to nominal quarterly GDP|
|Year-over-year growth in money supply and GDP|
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