Egypt M2 money supply rises 15 pct in year to end-Feb
CAIRO, March 31
CAIRO, March 31 (Reuters) - Egypt's M2 money supply rose by 15.4 percent in the year to the end of February, the central bank said on Sunday.
Money supply rose to 1,211.3 billion Egyptian pounds ($178.05 billion) from 1,198.1 billion pounds at the end of January and 1,050.1 billion pounds at the end of February, 2012.
Following is a table of the latest Egyptian M2 money supply figures in billions of Egyptian pounds, according to the central bank's website (www.cbe.org.eg):
(In bln pounds)
Feb 2013 Jan 2013 Feb 2012 Domestic liquidity (M2) 1,211.3 1,198.1 1,050.1
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