Uganda September Money Supply: By Component

Following is a breakdown by component of Uganda September money supply from the Bank of Uganda in Kampala:

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                           Sept.    Aug.    July    June     May   April
                            2011    2011    2011    2011    2011    2011
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                          --------------- Annual Changes % -------------
M3A                        23.4%   27.8%   30.3%   25.9%   24.5%   27.6%
  Foreign Accounts         45.4%   45.6%   36.0%   32.5%   26.6%   29.5%
M2A                        16.7%   22.4%   28.6%   23.9%   23.8%   27.0%
  Currency Circulation     35.8%   41.2%   35.4%   31.6%   32.8%   35.8%
  Demand Deposits           8.1%   12.9%   20.8%   20.4%   23.5%   28.4%
  Total Pvt Deposits       20.9%   25.0%   29.2%   24.6%   22.8%   25.8%
Foreign Assets             14.1%   18.0%   17.3%   15.4%   12.2%   13.4%
  Foreign Reserves         16.6%   20.3%   17.4%   -1.5%   -7.3%   -8.0%
Domestic Credit            51.2%   57.2%   53.9%   50.1%   57.2%   63.4%
  Government Claims       151.1% -324.4% -308.5%  167.5% -419.2% -141.0%
  Pvt Sector Claims        46.8%   45.4%   41.8%   44.4%   38.4%   38.2%
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                           Sept.    Aug.    July    June     May   April
                            2011    2011    2011    2011    2011    2011
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                           ------------- Monthly Changes % ------------- 
M3A                        -1.6%    3.8%    0.0%    5.3%    2.1%   -0.5%
  Foreign Accounts          2.3%   14.9%    0.7%    7.9%    1.5%   -3.2%
M2A                        -3.0%    0.3%   -0.2%    4.5%    2.3%    0.3%
  Currency Circulation     -4.7%    5.3%    4.0%    6.3%   -1.6%    2.9%
  Demand Deposits          -4.0%    5.3%   -9.6%    0.9%    7.0%   -1.7%
  Total Pvt Deposits       -0.8%    3.5%   -0.9%    5.0%    3.0%   -1.3%
Foreign Assets             -6.1%    8.9%   -0.7%    5.6%   -4.2%   10.9%
  Foreign Reserves         -4.6%    4.0%   20.1%    3.8%   -2.0%   -0.4%
Domestic Credit             6.3%    3.9%   -3.9%    7.0%    9.5%  -10.1%
  Government Claims        64.0%   -0.2%  -48.7%   16.6%  157.5%  -77.6%
  Pvt Sector Claims         3.5%    4.2%    0.7%    6.1%    3.9%    1.5%
                          ---------------- Levels Bln UGX --------------
M3A                       10,665  10,836  10,439  10,438   9,915   9,709
  Foreign Accounts         2,949   2,884   2,511   2,492   2,310   2,275
M2A                        7,716   7,953   7,928   7,946   7,606   7,433
  Currency Circulation     1,984   2,081   1,976   1,900   1,786   1,814
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                           Sept.    Aug.    July    June     May   April
                            2011    2011    2011    2011    2011    2011
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  Demand Deposits          2,582   2,689   2,555   2,825   2,800   2,617
  Total Pvt Deposits       8,681   8,756   8,463   8,538   8,129   7,894
Foreign Assets             7,486   7,970   7,317   7,369   6,979   7,285
  Foreign Reserves         6,386   6,697   6,440   5,362   5,164   5,270
Domestic Credit            7,674   7,216   6,943   7,226   6,753   6,170
  Government Claims          566     345     345     673     577     224
  Pvt Sector Claims        7,070   6,832   6,559   6,513   6,136   5,906
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NOTE: Percentage changes calculated by Bloomberg News.
      UGX: Uganda Shilling
      M2A: Broad Money + Certificate of Deposit

SOURCE: Bank of Uganda 

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