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RBA Glossary definition for monetary aggregates

monetary aggregates – A series of measures of the values of currency on issue, current deposits with banks, other deposits with banks, plus borrowings from the private sector by non-bank financial institutions (NBFIs) less currency and bank deposits by NBFIs. Components consist of: 'M1' defined as currency plus bank current deposits from the private non-bank sector; 'M3' defined as M1 plus all other authorised deposit-taking institution (ADI) deposits from the private non-ADI sector, plus certificates of deposit issued by banks, less ADI deposits held with one another; 'Broad money' defined as M3 plus other short-term liquid AFI liabilities held by the private sector, except those held by other AFIs ; 'Money base' defined as holdings of banknotes and coins by the private sector plus deposits of banks with the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) and other RBA liabilities to the private non-bank sector

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Changes to Statistical Tables

24 May 2023 Statistics
31 July 2019. From the July 2019 Financial Aggregates release, which will be published on 30 August, some changes to Table D3 (Monetary Aggregates) will be implemented as a result of ... These changes are consistent with the revised framework for the

Financial Aggregates 2020

9 Mar 2023 Statistics
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About Monetary Policy

9 Mar 2023
When aggregate demand in the economy is weak, for example, inflationary pressures are likely to be diminishing and monetary policy can be eased, which will give a short-term stimulus to ... Footnote. As documented in the 2016 Statement on the Conduct of

Statistical Tables

24 May 2023 Statistics
Statistical Tables. This page lists statistical tables for a range of economic and financial data produced by the Reserve Bank of Australia and other organisations. No entries found. Reserve Bank of Australia. Assets and Liabilities. Authorised

Money and Finance | Conference – 1990

21 Jun 1990 Conferences
Ross Milbourne
output, prices. intermediaries'. balance sheets. monetary. aggregates. The two main issues inherent in the transmission mechanism are:. ... Monetary aggregates, output, and prices may change for reasons other than changes in monetary policy.

The 1893 Bank Crashes and Monetary Aggregates

1 Apr 1993 RDP 9303
David T. Merrett
Research Discussion Papers contain the results of economic research within the Reserve Bank
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Box C: Updates to the Financial Aggregates

8 Nov 2019 SMP – November 2019
The monetary aggregates measure banknotes and coins held by households and businesses, and ‘money-like’ instruments – such as deposits – that households and businesses hold with financial institutions. ... Bulletin. , March. The Reserve Bank

The Monetary Policy Transmission Process: What Do We Know? (And What Don't We Know?)

28 Aug 1995 Speech
Stephen Grenville
Talk by Stephen Grenville to the Australian Business Economists, Sydney

Videos | Education

4 May 2023
8 July 2022. Learn about the objectives, tools and implementation of monetary policy. ... Monetary Policy Transmission: Four Channels. 19 March 2021. A Video Explainer discussing the four channels of transmission from interest rates to aggregate demand

The Objectives for, and Conduct of, Monetary Policy in the 1990s | Conference – 1992

21 Jun 1990 Conferences
Charles Goodhart
as some monetary aggregate or the exchange rate, (as in the Exchange Rate Mechanism in Europe). ... Against that background, the statistical definition and calculation of monetary aggregates (other than Mo) on a 1/0 basis, (i.e.