Money Supplies of the World, Continued.

In Money Supply on March 20, 2011 by CQCA

Continuing from yesterday, the top twenty through forty countries by GDP and their five year monetary inflation is shown in the chart above.  The lead inflator is Venezuela, at over 300%.

In 1998, before Hugo Chavez was elected president, the extended broad money (M3) supply stood at 10.6 billion Bolivars.  In 2010, twelve years later but with the same president, the Venezuelan money supply stood at an estimated 292.0 billion Bolivars.

Only one of these countries, Thailand, expanded its money supply by less than 50% over five years.

Sources: South African Reserve Bank, Central Bank of Argentina, IMF, Bank of Thailand, National Bank of Denmark, Central Bank of Venezuela, Bank of the Republic, Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong Monetary Authority, Bank Negara Malaysia, Monetary Authority of Singapore, Central Bank of Egypt, Central Bank of Nigeria, Central Bank of Chile, Czech National Bank, Central Bank of the Philippines, State Bank of Pakistan.


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