ALFRED Graph (MULT)
Ending Wednesday  Updated: Dec 6, 2012
Observation:
20121128: 0.900 (+ more)Updated: Dec 6, 2012
20121128:  0.900  
20121114:  0.900  
20121031:  0.917  
20121017:  0.911  
20121003:  0.911 
Units:
Ratio,Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency:
Biweekly,Ending Wednesday
M1 Money Multiplier
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M1 Money Multiplier
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Title  Release Dates  


M1 Money Multiplier  19970306  20180712 
Source  


Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  19970306  20180712 
Release  


St. Louis BiWeekly Reserves and Monetary Base  19970306  20180712 
Units  


Ratio  19970306  20180712 
Frequency  


Biweekly, Ending Wednesday  19970306  20180712 
Seasonal Adjustment  


Seasonally Adjusted  19970306  20180712 
Notes  


The M1 multiplier is the ratio of M1 to the St. Louis Adjusted Monetary Base. For further information on monetary aggregates, please refer to the Definitions, Notes, and Sources at http://research.stlouisfed.org/publications/mt/.

19970306  20180712 
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