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Money Supplies of the World, Continued (2).

In Money Supply on March 21, 2011 by CQCA

The above chart shows the monetary expansion of the top forty through sixty economies by GDP.  The top inflator is Angola, at over 600%.  Three other countries, Azerbaijan, Vietnam, and Kazakhstan, have inflated their money supply by over 300%.

Three countries, Hungary, Syria, and New Zealand, have inflated their money supply by less than 50% over the last five years.

Sources: Central Reserve Bank of Peru, Reserve Bank of New Zealand, National Bank of Ukraine, Hungarian National Bank, National Bank of Kazakhstan, Qatar Central Bank, Central Bank of Kuwait, Bangladesh Bank, IMF, Bank Al-Maghrib, Central Bank of Iraq, Bank of Sudan, Croatian National Bank, Central Bank of Syria, Central Bank of Oman, National Bank of the Republic of Belarus, Central Bank of Azerbaijan, Central Bank of the Dominican Republic.

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