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The broadest measure of the nation’s money...

The broadest measure of the nation’s money supply rose in the week ended Nov. 14 but two narrower measurements fell, the Federal Reserve Board reported. The Fed said its all-encompassing measure of money known as M3 rose to a seasonally adjusted $3.881 trillion from $3.878 trillion the previous week. A narrower measure known as M2 averaged a seasonally adjusted $3.044 trillion, down from $3.045 trillion. The narrowest measure, M1, fell by $2.4 billion to a seasonally adjusted average of $779.3 billion, compared to a revised figure of $781.7 billion the previous week.


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