Australia - Quasi money

Quasi money (current LCU)

The value for Quasi money (current LCU) in Australia was 1,008,200,000,000 as of 2011. As the graph below shows, over the past 51 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 1,008,200,000,000 in 2011 and a minimum value of 3,849,800,000 in 1960.

Definition: Quasi money refers to time, savings, and foreign currency deposits of resident sectors other than the central government.

Source: International Monetary Fund, International Financial Statistics and data files.

Year Value
1960 3,849,800,000
1961 4,296,100,000
1962 4,842,100,000
1963 5,459,200,000
1964 6,322,000,000
1965 6,938,200,000
1966 7,483,400,000
1967 8,243,900,000
1968 8,883,000,000
1969 9,729,000,000
1970 10,252,000,000
1971 11,316,500,000
1972 13,525,200,000
1973 16,725,900,000
1974 19,054,900,000
1975 22,798,100,000
1976 25,911,300,000
1977 27,368,900,000
1978 30,115,800,000
1979 33,135,500,000
1980 37,275,100,000
1981 41,818,700,000
1982 48,194,300,000
1983 54,195,700,000
1984 61,300,100,000
1985 75,505,200,000
1986 82,305,000,000
1987 94,385,000,000
1988 111,923,000,000
1989 150,499,000,000
1990 172,064,000,000
1991 171,102,000,000
1992 177,390,000,000
1993 180,265,000,000
1994 197,542,000,000
1995 215,949,000,000
1996 236,124,000,000
1997 247,668,000,000
1998 271,109,000,000
1999 305,051,000,000
2000 309,634,000,000
2001 339,526,000,000
2002 327,522,000,000
2003 375,263,000,000
2004 428,873,000,000
2005 461,836,000,000
2006 541,530,000,000
2007 753,915,000,000
2008 888,427,000,000
2009 879,332,000,000
2010 954,672,000,000
2011 1,008,200,000,000

Classification

Topic: Financial Sector Indicators

Sub-Topic: Monetary holdings (liabilities)