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The demand for real M2 in the Czech Republic is positively influenced by real output and negatively associated with the deposit rate, the koruna/euro exchange rate, and the euro interest rate. The coefficient of real output for the demand for real M1 is insignificant. Hence, depreciation of the koruna or a higher euro interest rate would help raise Czech real output. The Box-Cox transformation test shows that the log-linear form for real M1 and M2 demand cannot be rejected at the 5% level whiledoi:10.18267/j.pep.289 fatcat:k75fd3ds4vheje32nmnjnpijhm