The Impact of Money Supply on Inflation in 2023

The Impact of Money Supply on Inflation

A drastic increase in the money supply was fueled by accommodative Fed policies and fiscal stimulus from Congress during the pandemic. Along with supply chain issues and a lack of workers, the increase in money supply led to 40-year high in inflation. The Fed has battled to bring inflation down through an unprecedented number of rate hikes in the last year. This short video discusses the impact of a changing money supply on inflation and the broader economy, and how the Fed is using money supply to lower inflation.

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Ross Bramwell, CFA


Ross joined Homrich Berg in 2013. He has 20 years of experience across the accounting, financial services, and investment industries. Currently, he serves as a member of the Homrich Berg Investment Committee and manages the firm’s real estate platform. Ross leads the due diligence efforts within real estate which covers commercial real estate, such as multifamily, office, industrial, retail, among others, as well as residential. He also takes the lead on client communications and presentations that focus on the economy and markets. He often participates in client meetings to discuss investment allocations, the markets, and private alternatives.