Source: RBA Statistics
The graph above fairly clearly indicates that Net Foreign Debt (NFD) is a leading indicator for changes in M3 money supply. It looks like there is around a six month lag (give or take) between NFD moving and then M3 following suit.
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In a recent post an alternative proxy of inflation was created which was very basic in concept. Basically the idea was that the annual growth in money supply minus short term interest rates would represent the general level of inflation and deflation in an economy. The argument is that the annual growth rate in money [...]