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SKOPJE (Macedonia), April 21 (SeeNews) - Macedonia's M1 money supply totalled 104.9 billion denars ($1.83 billion/1.71 billion euro) at the end of March, up 5.5% year-on-year, data from the country's central bank, NBRM, indicated on Friday.
Compared to end-February, Macedonia's M1 dropped 1.3%, figures published on NBRM's website showed.
M2 money supply totalled 259.3 billion denars at end-March, up 3.9% on the year, but down 0.4% month-on-month.
Details about Macedonia's money supply follow (in billions of denars):
|M2 (M1+short-term deposits)||259.3||260.4||249.6|
(1 euro = 61.48 euro)