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Russia's Central Bank announced Friday that the country's narrowly defined money supply (M1) was 2,138.5 billion rubles as of February 6
Russia's Central Bank announced Friday that the country's narrowly defined money supply (M1) was 2,138.5 billion rubles ($75.8 billion) (based on the current exchange rate) as of February 6, down 9 billion rubles ($319 million) in the week since January 30. According to the Bank, M1 money supply consists of the currency issued by the bank, including cash in vaults of credit institutions, and required reserves balances on ruble deposits with the Central Bank.
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