WASHINGTON -- Federal Reserve policymakers, increasingly frustrated with the sluggish growth in the broad money supply, are considering a new money supply measure to take into account the flight of investors from low-yielding bank deposits into stock and bond funds.

The new measure signals to Fed officials that they have done plenty to provide liquidity to the banking system and need to go no further to help stimulate the sluggish economy, according to sources familiar with the proposal.

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