The Bulgarian M3, the broadest indicator of money supply, rose 10.8% year on year in April, to 129.8 billion levs ($70.7 billion/66.4 billion euros), the central bank announced on Wednesday.
The narrowest measure of money supply and the most liquid component of M3, the monetary aggregate M1, rose 18.9% year-on-year to 103.4 trillion levs last month, following year-on-year growth by 18.6% in March, the Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) said in a statement.
Net foreign assets increased by 7.1% in April compared to the same month of 2021, reaching 72.7 billion levs. Net domestic assets increased by 12.8% to 81.2 billion levs at the end of last month.
Details follow (in millions of levs unless otherwise stated):
|End of April||End-Apr (year-over-year percentage change)||End-March (year-over-year percentage change)|
|Net foreign assets||72,718||7.1||5.5|
|Net domestic assets||81 161||12.8||14.7|