|Last Updated: Sep 27 2022, 13:05 EDT|
|Next Release: Oct 25 2022, 13:00 EDT|
|Source: Federal Reserve|
|Region: United States|
The H.6 from the Federal Reserve presents the current and past money supply for the US. It provides measures of the monetary aggregates (M1 and M2) and their components. M1 consists of currency and checkable deposits. M2 is composed of M1 and relatively liquid assets such as savings deposits, small time deposits, and retail money market mutual funds.