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Monetary Trends

1999-2015

A monthly publication of charts and tables relating to monthly monetary data and selected interest rate data with brief analysis of current conditions. Occasionally contains selected Federal budget measures.

In order to aid in the retrieval of information from this publication, significant tables, charts, and/or articles have been extracted and can be viewed individually or across a span of issues.

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Formerly entitled Rates of Change in Bank Reserves and Money and Bank Reserves and Money. Title changed to Monetary Trends with the issue for month ending February 28, 1967 (released March 13, 1967).

As of 1967, this release incorporates some data formerly published in Triangles of U.S. Economic Data (monthly release).

Beginning in 1978, this release incorporates some data that had been published in Federal Budget Trends.

Monetary Trends content has been converted to FRED dashboards.

Monetary Aggregates and Their Components dashboards: Aggregates; Components; Reserve Markets and Short Term Credit Flows; Senior Loan Officer Opinion Survey on Bank Lending Practices; Measures of Expected Inflation; Interest Rates; Policy Based Inflation Indicators (These graphs will no longer be published. Interested users can obtain this data from the University of Michigan.); Implied Forward Rates, Future Contracts and Inflation-Indexed Securities (These graphs will no longer be published. Interested users can  see "Interest Rates" or obtain this data from the Board of Governors.)

Velocity, Gross Domestic Product and M2 dashboards: Velocity; Gross Domestic Product and M2; Bank Credit; Foreign Inflation and Interest Rates

Reference Tables: Monetary Sections; Interest Rates; Monetary Aggregate Growth Rates

1999-2015

Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Monetary Trends. St. Louis, MO: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, 1999-2015. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/6264, accessed on September 28, 2021.