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  • Octavian Armașu, Governor of the National Bank of Moldova

    1st Monday of the month: 14.00-17.00;
    Appointment: +373 22 822 606.


  • Vladimir Munteanu, First Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Moldova

    2nd Monday of the month: 14.00-17.00;
    Appointment: +373 22 822 606.

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2022

In November 2022, the currency in circulation (M0) amounted to MDL 32,709.1 million, increasing by MDL 997.6 million (3.1%) compared to December 2021.

In October 2022, the currency in circulation (M0) amounted to MDL 32,038.9 million, increasing by MDL 327.4 million (1.0%) compared to December 2021 (Chart 1) due to exceeding of the volume of cumulative receipts over the volume of cumulative releases per banking system by MDL 327.6 million in the period of January – October 2022.

In September 2022, the currency in circulation (M0) amounted to MDL 31,065.8 million, decreasing by MDL 645.7 million (2.0%) compared to December 2021 

In August 2022, the currency in circulation (M0) amounted to MDL 31,053.5 million, decreasing by MDL 658.0 million (2.1%) compared to December 2021 

În iulie 2022, banii în circulație (M0) au constituit 31 023,5 mil. lei, micșorându-se cu 688,0 mil. lei (2,2 la sută) comparativ cu decembrie 2021 

In June 2022, the currency in circulation (M0)  amounted to MDL 30,601.8 million, decreasing by MDL 1,096.9 million (3.5%) compared to December 2021

In May 2022, the currency in circulation (M0) amounted to MDL 30,188.2 million, decreasing by MDL 1,510.5 million (5.1%) compared to December 2021 

In April 2022, the currency in circulation (M0)  amounted to MDL 30,119.7 million, decreasing by MDL 1,579.0 million (5.0%) compared to December 2021.

In March 2022, the currency in circulation (M0)  amounted to MDL 30,266.6 million, decreasing by MDL 1,432.0 million (4.5%) compared to December 2021.

In February 2022, the currency in circulation (M0)  amounted to MDL 31,461.4 million, decreasing by MDL 237.2 million (0.7%) compared to December 2021 (Chart no. 1) as a result of exceeding of the volume of cumulative receipts over the volume of cumulative releases per banking system  by MDL 237.2 million in period January – February 2022.

In January 2022, the currency in circulation (M0) amounted to MDL 30,735.7 million, decreasing by MDL 963.0 million (3.0%) compared to December 2021

In December 2021, the currency in circulation (M0)  amounted to MDL 31,698.6 million, increasing by MDL 1,879.7 million (6.3%) compared to December 2020.

2021

In November 2021, the currency in circulation (M0) amounted to MDL 30,819.6 million, increasing by MDL 1,000.7 million (3.4%) compared to December 2020.

In October 2021, the currency in circulation (M0)  amounted to MDL 31,922.0 million, increasing by MDL 2,103.1 million (7.1%) compared to December 2020.

In September 2021, the currency in circulation (M0) amounted to MDL 31,926.3 million, increasing by MDL 2,107.4 million (7.1%) compared to December 2020.

In August 2021, the currency in circulation (M0)  amounted to MDL 32,739.5 million, increasing by MDL 2,920.6 million (9.8%) compared to December 2020.

In July 2021, the currency in circulation (M0)  amounted to MDL 32,744.1 million, increasing by MDL 2,925.2 million (9.8%) compared to December 2020.

In June 2021, the currency in circulation (M0) amounted to MDL 32,098.7 million, increasing by MDL 2,279.8 million (7.6%) compared to December 2020.

In May 2021, the currency in circulation (M0) amounted to MDL 31,815.0 million, increasing by MDL 1,996.1 million (6.7%) compared to December 2020 as a result of exceeding of the volume of cumulative releases over the volume of cumulative receipts per banking system by MDL 1,996.2 million  in period January – May 2021.

In April 2021, the currency in circulation (M0)  amounted to MDL 31,690.3 million, increasing by 1,871.4 million lei (6.3%) compared to December 2020 as a result of exceeding of the volume of cumulative releases over the volume of cumulative receipts per banking system by MDL 1,871.5 million  in period January – April 2021.

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