Monetary Base Contracts Third Time in Four Months
(Negative) In March 2016, the monetary base was $3.911 trillion. This was the fourth month in a row that the monetary base below $4 trillion. Compared with one year ago, the monetary base decreased 3.8 percent. It has contracted thethree of the last four months. As a result, the annual rate of change in the monetary base contracted for the first time since June 1950. This is a significant event and uncharted territory for almost everyone in business today. It is likely that will cause some surprising shifts in economics data.
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