Bosnia's money supply continues to grow year-on-year at end-November.

By bne IntelliNews January 10, 2012
Bosnias money supply continued to register annual growth at end-November as the M1 aggregate rose slower, while the broader M2 went up faster compared to the previous month, the central bank said in a statement. The M1 indicator increased by 2.6% on the year to BAM 5.99bn (EUR 3.06bn) at the end of November, slowing down from a 3.8% annual growth recorded at end-October. The M2 indicator rose by 4.5% on the year to BAM 14.16bn at the end of November, speeding up from a 5.3% growth registered in the previous month. Reserve money decreased by 4.5% y/y to BAM 5.63bn at end-November after shrinking 4.4% at end-October.
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