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Russia's broadly-defined monetary base increased 1.2% from 5.5 trillion rubles ($171
Russia's broadly-defined monetary base increased 1.2% from 5.5 trillion rubles ($171 billion) on January 1, 2008 to 5.6 trillion rubles ($173 billion) on January 1, 2009, the Central Bank reported on Friday.

Broad money supply expanded 7.2% in December, after declining in September-November, the CBR said.

According to Central Bank terminology, broad money supply consists of cash in circulation, credit institutions' correspondent accounts with the CBR, required reserves, bank deposits in the CBR and the bank's bonds held by credit institutions, and also the Central Bank's obligations to buy back securities and required reserves on foreign exchange operations deposited with the Central Bank.


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