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How do you measure the money supply?

Posted on | August 30, 2010 | No Comments

Inflation is a general increase in the supply of money at a faster rate than the supply of goods and services to purchase. It is usually measured by changes in the Consumer Price Index.  Could inflation be measured directly by measuring the money supply? The money supply is measured in terms of the number of dollars. But is that the right unit of measure? This post poses the question and comes up with some interesting answers.


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