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My pack weight shot up to seventy-five pounds and my money supply shot down to forty-five dollars.
Peter Jenkins  --  A Walk Across America
  a measure of the amount of a nation’s money in circulation
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In the US, the Federal Reserve tracks various measures of money supply to help it track the economy and control inflation. For example, both the measures they call "M1" and "M2" include cash in people’s pockets and in checking accounts, but "M2" includes money in savings accounts while "M1" does not.
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  • My pack weight shot up to seventy-five pounds and my money supply shot down to forty-five dollars.
    Peter Jenkins  --  A Walk Across America
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Associated words [difficulty]:   money supply [9] , gross domestic product (GDP) [6] , market concentration [9] , purchasing power parity (PPP) [9]
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