Money supply picks up in Eurozone with a 1.3% annual increase, up from 0.9% in previous month

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Banca March: In the eurozone, the money supply is recovering. April’s figures showed M3 growth of +1.3% year-on-year, four tenths of a point higher than in the previous month, signalling a revival in money supply. On the side of loans to the private sector, those related to households repeated growth rates of +0.2% year-on-year, while loans to non-financial companies moderated one-tenth of a point to +0.3%.

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