Dear Her Majesty’s Treasury,
Under the Freedom of Information act could you please try to answer
the following question.
How much of the UK's money is electronic/digital? (not physical notes and coins).
The Bank of England's central balance sheet puts its size at around £402 billion for 2015, and notes and coins in circulation at about £73 billion. Does this mean the amount of electronic money in the UK stands at about £329 billion?
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