November 17 (SeeNews) - Bosnia's narrow money, M1, which includes cash in circulation and demand deposits, went down to 5.661 billion marka ($4.31 billion/2.89 billion euro) at the end of September from 5.704 billion marka a month earlier, central bank figures showed.
The M2 money supply grew by a monthly 0.1% but was 0.5% lower on the year at 12.643 billion marka at the end of September, the central bank said on its website.
Quasi-money, which includes savings and term deposits in domestic and foreign currency and demand deposits in foreign currency, rose to 6.982 billion marka in September from 6.922 billion marka a month earlier.
Money supply (in millions of Bosnian marka):
|-cash outside banks
|-demand deposits in domestic currency
|-saving and term deposits in domestic currency
|-demand deposits in foreign currency
|-saving and term deposits in foreign currency
|M2 (M1+quasi money)
(1 euro=1.95583 Bosnian marka)