M1 Money Supply YoY in Israel measures the amount of money in circulation over a given period of time (year over year change). Actual money and coin, demand deposits, travelers' checks, other checkable deposits, and negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts comprise the M1 Money Supply. M1 represents the most liquid components of the money supply since it contains currency and assets that are either already in cash or can be exchanged into cash in a short period of time. Savings accounts and bonds are not included in the definition of M1.
A higher than expected figure should be seen as positive (bullish) for the ILS while a lower than expected figure should be seen as negative (bearish) for the ILS.
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