Value of money supply M1 in the Eurozone 2019, by country

The statistic shows the total value of the money supply M1 in the Eurozone as of August 2019, by country. The money supply is the amount of monetary assets available in an economy. M1, called the "narrow money", includes currency in circulation (banknotes and coins) and overnight deposits. It depicts the value of the most liquid components of the money supply. As of August 2019, Germany had a money supply M1 amounting to approximately 2.2 trillion euros.

Total money supply M1 in the Eurozone as of August 2019, by country

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Source

Release date

October 2019

Region

Europe

Survey time period

August 2019

Supplementary notes

Only includes European countries using the euro.
Figures for Cyprus not available.

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