$10 Trillion M2 Is Now In The Rearview Mirror

via: ZeroHedge
By: Tyler Durden
July 28, 2012

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Two weeks ago we observed that the broadest money aggregate tracked by the Fed, M2, was less than $10 billion away from crossing the historic $10 trillion mark. As of this week, this number now officially has 14 digits for the first time ever, or $10,035,100,000,000 to be precise (technically the non-seasonally adjusted number crossed $10T last week, but for some reason bank deposits need to be seasonally adjusted, so waiting for the traditionally fudged data seemed appropriate). And we have a $50 billion increase in savings deposits, akadeferred buying power to those who still have the capacity to save, in one week to thank for putting $10 trillion in the rearview mirror.
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