BELGRADE (Serbia), January 27 (SeeNews) - Serbia's M3, the broadest gauge of the country's money supply, increased by 8.4% year-on-year to 2.824 trillion dinars ($26.5 billion/24 billion euro) at end-December after growing by 12.5% in November, the central bank, NBS, said.
On a monthly comparison basis, Serbia's M3 money supply rose by 3.3% in December, according to a report posted on the website of the central bank.
Serbia's M1 rose 14.1% on the year to 903.7 billion dinars in December, after growing by 17.2% in November.
Details follow (in billions of dinars, nominal change in percent):
(1 euro = 117.483 dinars)