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Belarus’ broad money supply 0.9% up in July

 

In January-July 2013 Belarus’ broad money supply rose by 9.8% to a total of Br177,106.1 billion as of 1 August. In July alone the broad money supply grew by 0.9%, reads a statistics report released by the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus.

Broad money supply comprises cash in circulation and bank deposits of corporations and individuals. In 2012 Belarus’ broad money supply went up 45% to reach Br161.3 trillion as of 1 January 2013.

BelTA has learned that in July cash in circulation (monetary aggregate M0) dropped by 3.9% to Br13.3 trillion as of 1 August. Cash in circulation grew by 17.6% in January-July 2013.

The active ruble money supply (monetary aggregate M1), which comprises cash in circulation and transferable deposits in national currency (current account deposits in rubles, demand deposits in rubles, other accounts in rubles) shrank by 4.2% in July to Br37.2 trillion as of 1 August. The active ruble money supply rose by 8.2% in January-July 2013.

The money supply in national terms (monetary aggregate M2), which comprises the M1 aggregate and other deposits in national currency (fixed-term deposits, escrow deposits), dropped by 4.8% in July to reach Br73.9 trillion as of 1 August. The money supply in national terms grew by 12.7% in January-July 2013.

In July 2013 the volume of national currency securities issued by banks (outside banking) rose by 8.9% to Br3.4 trillion as of 1 August (a 10.1% increase in January-July 2013).

The ruble money supply (monetary aggregate M2*), which comprises the M1 aggregate, other deposits in national currency (fixed-term deposits, escrow deposits), money of individuals and corporations in ruble-nominated securities, amounted to Br77.3 trillion as of 1 August, 4.2% down in July and 12.6% up in January-July 2013.

In July 2013 the volume of foreign currency securities issued by banks (outside banking) rose by 2.7% to $466.7 million as of 1 August (1% down in January-July 2013).

In July deposits in precious metals rose by 12.2% to Br324.7 billion as of 1 August (8.3% down in January-July 2013).

In July 2013 the forex component of the broad money supply rose by 4.2% to $11.2 billion (4% up in January-July 2013).

In July combined forex deposits of corporations and individuals went up by 4.2% in July to the equivalent of $10.73 billion as of 1 August 2013. Since the beginning of the year forex deposits rose by 4.3%. Ruble deposits of corporations and individuals went down by 4.9% (11.7% up in January-July) to reach Br60.64 trillion as of 1 August.




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