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Slowing Money Supply Growth in 2022 Points to Recession

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06/21/2022Ryan McMaken
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Michael Stack

During April 2022, year-over-year money supply growth was at 7.23 percent. That's down from March's rate of 7.41 percent and April 2021's rate of 36.8 percent.

Original Article: "Slowing Money Supply Growth in 2022 Points to Recession"

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Slowing Money Supply Growth in 2022 Points to Recession