Here are the main measures of the money supply in the UK economy
Notes and coins:
The narrow money definition of the money supply is a measure of the value coins and notes in circulation and other money equivalents that are easily convertible into cash such as short term deposits in the banking system
Broad money is a measure of the total amount of money held by households and companies in the economy
Broad money is made up mainly of commercial bank deposits — which are essentially IOUs from commercial banks to households and companies — and currency — mostly IOUs from the central bank
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