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English: The Euro money supply from September 1998 through October 2007.
Date March 2008
Source Self-made by Analoguni. Created with calc using data from the European Central Bank. The M1-M3 statistics were found in the "Historical monetary statistics" file on this page: The actual file location is: The amount of currency in circulation was found on the same page but in the "statistics pocket book" link at the right side of the page. The "statistics pocket book" file link is here: The "currency in circulation" data is in the spb027.csv file. Transferred from en.wikipedia
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