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Despite a 133% increase in the monetary base from 2008 to 2010 the money supply only grew 19%.
What contributed to the inability of the Federal Reserve to increase the money supply as much as they would have liked?
People holding more of their money as currency (hording).
The treasury’s inability to keep up with printing currency.
Too many banks shutting down.
The banks holding more money in reserves.