Money Supply – September 2009

The true money supply has fallen by $11 billion from August to September to now $2,133 billion:


This is the 4th monthly decline straight.

The annual growth rate has dropped to 10%:


One more noteworthy item in this month’s money supply data: The Treasury’s “Supplementary Financing Account”, after 6 months of maintaining a constant level of $200 billion, has now dropped to $191 billion. I believe this may be yet another sign that the Fed’s efforts to wind down the monetary stimulus have already begun behind the scenes.

This, along with an ongoing and accelerating credit contraction, will be forces blowing in the face of all futile attempts to reflate the bubble.

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