Money Supplies of the World, Continued (4).

In Money Supply on May 1, 2011 by CQCA

The above chart is for the top eighty through one hundred countries by GDP. The highest inflator is the Democratic Republic of the Congo, at over 150%.

Over half of the twenty countries expanded their money supplies at a rate of more than 100% over five years. Only two countries, Brunei and Albania, increased their money supplies by 50%.

As each country moves further down the list of GDP, data back to 2005, or up to 2010, is increasingly hard to find. Only the Central Banks of Trinidad and Tobago, Honduras, Jamaica, and Albania provided data from December, 2005 to December, 2010. The rest of the data is from IMF or World Bank data or reports. The amount of time and energy these organizations spend compiling and reporting this data is limited, which is frightening.

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