Money base

Money base

Composed of currency and coins outside the banking system plus liabilities to the deposit money banks.

Narrow Money

A measure of the money supply used by the various central banks that includes only currency in circulation and very near money instruments. In the Federal Reserve System, narrow money includes all physical currency and deposits in checking accounts as well as Negotiable Orders Withdrawal accounts. It does not include savings accounts, certificates of deposit, or money market accounts. This is called narrow money because it applies the most restrictive definition of money. It is also called the money base. See also: M1, M0.
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In his letter to Ms Onwurah, CYBG's chief executive David Duffy says: "We appreciate the importance of the Virgin Money base in Gosforth both to the Newcastle and wider North East economy.
So far QE has not caused a massive increase in the money supply that matters for inflation; the money base has indeed risen sharply, but the broad money supply has not.
Quantitative easing has indeed caused a surge in one narrow money aggregate: the money base, which is the sum of currency plus bank reserves held at the central bank.
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The policy instrument is the money base instead of the FFR.
However, many researchers suggest that the McCallum money base targeting rule has undesirable stabilization properties.
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