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http://www.bankofengland.co.uk/statistics/...7/aug/index.htm

Provisional estimates of broad money (M4) and credit (M4 lending)

August 2007

20 September 2007

* Statistical Release (36k)

* Tables

* Revisions

* Notes to Editors

* Comments and Queries

Provisional figures for August indicate that M4 rose by £19.6 billion, seasonally adjusted; above the average flow for the previous six months of £16.4 billion. The twelve-month growth rate rose to 13.5% from 13.0% in July.

M4 lending increased by £23.0 billion or 1.1%, seasonally adjusted, in August. The twelve-month growth rose to 12.2% from 12.0% in July.

M4 lending (excluding the effects of securitisations etc.) increased by £30.0 billion or 1.3%, seasonally adjusted, in August. The twelve-month growth rate rose to 14.3% from 13.9% in July.

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Round and round and round she goes, where she stops nobody.............

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http://www.bankofengland.co.uk/statistics/...7/aug/index.htm

Provisional estimates of broad money (M4) and credit (M4 lending)

August 2007

20 September 2007

* Statistical Release (36k)

* Tables

* Revisions

* Notes to Editors

* Comments and Queries

Provisional figures for August indicate that M4 rose by £19.6 billion, seasonally adjusted; above the average flow for the previous six months of £16.4 billion. The twelve-month growth rate rose to 13.5% from 13.0% in July.

M4 lending increased by £23.0 billion or 1.1%, seasonally adjusted, in August. The twelve-month growth rose to 12.2% from 12.0% in July.

M4 lending (excluding the effects of securitisations etc.) increased by £30.0 billion or 1.3%, seasonally adjusted, in August. The twelve-month growth rate rose to 14.3% from 13.9% in July.

This poses the interesting question: With money growth figures showing no signs of slowing down, who is still borrowing in this turbulent credit environment? Who is still able to borrow, and where is that money going?

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money rate in china is 20% and they have inflation.

China is growing at around 12% pa with inflation around 4%. India's GDP is growing at 9% while inflation is 3.5%. Wage inflation in both countries is in double digits. How do they do it???With such levels of expansion one would expect runaway inflation...right? :unsure:

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China is growing at around 12% pa with inflation around 4%. India's GDP is growing at 9% while inflation is 3.5%. Wage inflation in both countries is in double digits. How do they do it???With that such levels of expansion one would expect runaway inflation...right? :unsure:

inflation is jusy under 7%

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China is growing at around 12% pa with inflation around 4%. India's GDP is growing at 9% while inflation is 3.5%. Wage inflation in both countries is in double digits. How do they do it???With that such levels of expansion one would expect runaway inflation...right? :unsure:

China saves excessively (under-consumes), and exports its capital to the West. This enables it to have a lower level of inflation than would otherwise be the case. It's still 6.5% though.

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China saves excessively (under-consumes), and exports its capital to the West. This enables it to have a lower level of inflation than would otherwise be the case. It's still 6.5% though.

They still buying US treasuries ?

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