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10948: Monetary aggregate M3, seasonally adjusted, by money holding sector 2008M01 - 2024M01

Mons Even Oppedal, Statistics Norway
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Jimmy Wong, Statistics Norway
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2024-02-23 08:00
Monetary aggregate M3. Stocks, seasonally adjusted (NOK million):
NOK million
Transactions last month, seasonally adjusted (NOK million):
NOK million
1-month growth, seasonally adjusted (per cent):
per cent
Monetary aggregate M3. Stocks, seasonally adjusted (NOK million):
End of month
Transactions last month, seasonally adjusted (NOK million):
31.12.
1-month growth, seasonally adjusted (per cent):
31.12.
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