Serbia's M1 money supply rises 18.5% y/y to EUR 2.35bn at end-April.

By bne IntelliNews June 5, 2012
Serbia's M1 money supply totalled RSD 276bn (EUR 2.35bn) at the end of April, up by 18.5% from a year earlier, the central bank said in a statement. End-March M1 was 15.7% higher on the year at RSD 266bn. M2 money supply totalled RSD 457bn at the end of April, up from RSD 387bn a year earlier.
Serbia money supply, RSD bn end-April'12 end-March'12 end-April'11
M1 276 266 233
M2 457 445 387
M3 1,531 1,500 1,287
Source: Serb central bank NBS

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