U.S. M-2 money supply rose $5.0 bln Dec 16 week
NEW YORK Dec 26 (Reuters) - U.S. M-2 money supply rose by $5.0 billion in the Dec. 16 week to $10,976.7 billion, the Federal Reserve said on Thursday.
The Fed said the four-week moving average of M-2 was $10,959.3 billion vs. $10,944.9 billion in the previous week.
For details of the money supply report, and the Fed's H.3 and H.4 reports, see:
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