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Volume 14 – Money, Inflation & GDP

Money supply, inflation and the economy are intertwined. Monetary inflation (growth of the money supply) can lead to price inflation (growth of CPI or PPI). This volume compares them and allows the reader to put them into perspective by allowing comparisons to economic growth (using GDP).

M1 Money Supply (sa) and its Annual Rate of Change, monthly, 1908-96
M2 Money Supply (sa) and its Annual Rate of Change, monthly, 1908-96
M3 Money Supply (sa) and its Annual Rate of Change, monthly, 1908-96
Consumer Price Index and its Annual Rate of Change, monthly, 1913-96
Consumer Price Index and its Annual Rate of Change, monthly, 1913-96
Gross Domestic Product and its Annual Rate of Change, monthly, 1890-96
Annual Rate of Change of M1 and CPI (Inflation Rate), monthly, 1914-96
Annual Rate of Change of M2 and CPI (Inflation Rate), monthly, 1914-96
Annual Rate of Change of M3 and CPI (Inflation Rate), monthly, 1914-96
The first nine charts are two panel landscape charts.

Annual Momentum of CPI and PPI (Inflation Rate), monthly, 1908-96
GDP, M2, CPI & PPI (Annual Momentum), monthly, 1914-96
M1, M2, & M3 (Annual Momentum), monthly, 1914-96
The last three charts are comparable growth scaled charts, a Topline exclusive.

Annual Rates of Change are expressed as percentages, so they are drawn on arithmetic scales. All others are drawn on logarithmic scales. Annual momentum is today's value divided by that of a year ago.

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