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RBA Glossary definition for broad money

broad money – The widest definition of money published by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA). Broad money is defined as currency plus ADI deposits from the non-AFI private sector, plus other short-term liquid AFI liabilities held by the non-AFI private sector.

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Box D: Recent Developments in Broad Money

10 May 2008 SMP – May 2008
Statement on Monetary Policy – May 2008 Box D: Recent Developments in Broad Money. ... around half of the growth in broad money over the year (Graph D2).

Box D: Recent Developments in Broad Money

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Appendix 1: Data

1 Dec 1993 RDP 9314
Gordon de Brouwer, Irene Ng and Robert Subbaraman
See Blundell-Wignall and Thorp (1987). Definition: The sum of the interest rates paid on the interest-bearing deposit components of broad money weighted by the share of those components in ... the broad money aggregate.
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Credit and Money | Chart Pack

5 Apr 2023 Chart Pack
A set of graphs on Credit and Money from the Chart Pack

Inflation, Indicators and Monetary Policy | Conference – 1992

10 Jul 1992 Conferences
Adrian Blundell-Wignall, Philip Lowe and Alison Tarditi
6.1. 4.9. 4.0. 3.3. 2.9. 2.8. 3.0. 3.6. 0075. Broad Money. —. ... 6.1. 4.9. 4.1. 3.4. 3.4. 3.8. 4.8. 5.7. 0092. Broad Money. —.

Money – Born of Credit?

19 Sep 2018 Speech
Christopher Kent
Speech delivered by Christopher Kent, Assistant Governor (Financial Markets), at the Reserve Bank's Topical Talks Event for Educators, Sydney

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Statement on Monetary Policy - May 2008

9 May 2008 SMP PDF 626KB
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2 May 2023
A glossary of terms used on the RBA website

Money in the Australian Economy

20 Sep 2018 Bulletin – September 2018
Emma Doherty, Ben Jackman and Emily Perry
Money forms part of our everyday lives and is integral to the smooth functioning of the financial system and the real economy; however, discussions of what money is and how it is created are generally left to economics textbooks.