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Money Velocity

Velocity is a ratio of nominal GDP to a measure of the money supply (M1 or M2). It can be thought of as the rate of turnover in the money supply--that is, the number of times one dollar is used to purchase final goods and services included in GDP.


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All, None Series ID Title Start End    Freq. } asc    Units Seas. Adj. Start     End     
M2V Velocity of M2 Money Stock 1959:Q1 2014:Q3 Q Ratio SA 2010-07-30 Current
M1V Velocity of M1 Money Stock 1959:Q1 2014:Q3 Q Ratio SA 2010-07-30 Current
MZMV Velocity of MZM Money Stock 1959:Q1 2014:Q3 Q Ratio SA 2010-07-30 Current

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Abbreviations
Frequency (Freq.)
 

A = Annual, SA = Semiannual, Q = Quarterly, M = Monthly, BW = Bi-Weekly, W = Weekly, D = Daily, NA = Not Applicable

Seasonal Adjustment (Seas. Adj.)
 

SA = Seasonally Adjusted, NSA = Not Seasonally Adjusted, SAAR = Seasonally Adjusted Annual Rate, SSA = Smoothed Seasonally Adjusted, NA = Not Applicable


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