broad money

broad money broad money money

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broad money UK US noun [U]
ECONOMICS a measure of the amount of money that is available for use in an economic system and that includes cash, money in bank accounts, and also other money available for banks to use: »

The 12-month rate of growth in broad money in the United States rose to 9.0% in July, but slowed to 5.9% in Sweden.

Compare NARROW MONEY(Cf. ↑narrow money)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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