The monetary base in Japan was up 5.9 percent on year in October, the Bank of Japan said on Friday – coming in at 501.619 trillion yen.
That was unchanged from the previous month, which also saw a 5.9 percent jump.
Banknotes in circulation climbed 3.8 percent on year, while coins in circulation added an annual 1.0 percent.
Current account balances climbed 6.5 percent, including a 5.3 percent jump in reserve balances.
The adjusted monetary base surged 9.6 percent on year to 501.016 trillion yen.