Data on Chinese M1 Increase in 2010

In order to prove the points about the Chinese-US trade imbalance Sal made in previous videos, he presents documentation from the Chinese Central Bank that shows the M1 money supply on a monthly basis. He compares the total Yuan supply from November 2009 to November 2010, observing the increase is in the thousands of trillions. Sal converts this to dollars to give scholars a better picture of its value, and leads them into the next clip which will discuss how much of this money ended up in foreign assets. Consider investigating this documentation with learners, challenging them to find it online and come up with some conclusions of their own.

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