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Money Velocity
Monetary Data
Velocity is a ratio of nominal GDP to a measure of the money supply (M1 or M2). It can be thought of as the rate of turnover in the money supply--that is, the number of times one dollar is used to purchase final goods and services included in GDP.
Velocity of M2 Money Stock
Ratio, Quarterly, Seasonally Adjusted
Q1 1959 to Q1 2021 (May 27)
 
Velocity of M1 Money Stock
Ratio, Quarterly, Seasonally Adjusted
Q1 1959 to Q1 2021 (Apr 29)
 
Velocity of MZM Money Stock (DISCONTINUED)
Ratio, Quarterly, Seasonally Adjusted
Q1 1959 to Q4 2020 (May 25)
 



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