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Annualized 2005-2010 Monetary Inflation Rates.

In Money Supply on May 10, 2011 by CQCA

The chart above uses the same data as was used for the total increase in each country’s money supply, but shows the annualized rate of increase for each. In other words, it shows how much each currency was increased each year to reach the five year level.

The Japanese Yen money supply increased at a rate of 1.99% every year. The U.S. Dollar money supply increased 5.74% every year. Angola increased its money supply 49.45% each year.

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