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Hosseini et al., (2011) showed that Chinese and Indian securities exchanges are connected with specific macroeconomic factors like rudimentary oil price, money supply, industrial production, and inflation rate.
Consequently, the Money Supply aggregate M3 also increased by 0.6 per cent, from Dh1593.5 billion at the end of November 2018 to Dh1602.3 billion at the end of December 2018.
A banking sector analyst said the slow M2 growth highlighted lower govt budgetary borrowing with repayment of loans from private businesses which led to a fall in NDA and NFA, contributing to money supply growth.
Conceptually and empirically, inflation volatility is the result of the high growth of money supply (Mishkin 2011).
With respect to these results, the character of money supply for these three countries is identified using the pairwise Granger causality test.
Money Supply Aggregate M2, which includes cash in the economy plus short-term bank deposits, decreased by 1.3 per cent, to Dh1,203.1 billion at the end of April 2016 from at Dh1,218.4 billion at the end of March 2016.
Narrow money supply in February was lower than that in January (RO 5.32 billion), while broad money supply was higher than that in January, which stood at RO 15.19 billion.
The present study aims at investigating the impact of money supply growth on the rate of inflation in Pakistan.
This paper estimates the demand for money in the Pakistan within a model where the money supply function is also considered simultaneously [1].
Money supply in Armenia was up by 2.1% (by 26 billion drams) for September 2012 to 1.267 trillion drams.
By Pratap John/Chief Business Reporter Driven by private sector deposits, Qatar recorded the highest money supply growth rate (37.4%) in the region during the first quarter of 2013, QNB has said in a report.
"GCC liquidity, as measured by the money supply (M2), increased by 11.9 per cent year-on-year (y-o-y) during the first quarter of 2013 to reach $860 billion," said QNB Group.