M2 for Indonesia©

2013-12: 3,727,695,700,000,000.00 National Currency (+ see more) 
Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted, MYAGM2IDM189N, Updated: 2014-03-03 3:41 PM CST
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M2 comprises M1, quasi-money, and securities issued by other depository corporations held by other financial corporations, state and local governments, public nonfinancial corporations, and the private sector. Quasi-money comprises time, savings, and foreign-currency deposits that other financial corporations, state and local governments, public nonfinancial corporations, and the private sector hold in the BI and other depository corporations.

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(a) M2 for Indonesia©, National Currency, Not Seasonally Adjusted (MYAGM2IDM189N)
M2 comprises M1, quasi-money, and securities issued by other depository corporations held by other financial corporations, state and local governments, public nonfinancial corporations, and the private sector. Quasi-money comprises time, savings, and foreign-currency deposits that other financial corporations, state and local governments, public nonfinancial corporations, and the private sector hold in the BI and other depository corporations.

Copyright 2011, International Monetary Fund. Reprinted with permission.

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