February 6 (SeeNews) - Croatia's M1 money supply, which includes cash in circulation and demand deposits, rose to 352.9 billion kuna ($50.2 billion/46.8 billion euro) in December, compared with 312.9 billion kuna in the same month of 2021, central bank data showed.
On a monthly comparison basis, M1 rose by 1.03% in December, according to figures published by the central bank last week.
Details follow, in billions of kuna:
Croatia joined the eurozone as its 20th member on January 1.
($ = 0.933 euro)