It's at .95. This comes from a post at EliteTrader. A MrDodge writes:
A multipler of .95 means each $1 increase in reserves increases the money supply by only 95 cents. Not so good when trying to stimulate the economy, I suppose.
Mr. Dodge continues:
M1's multiplier going below 1 strongly implies (but does not yet prove) that we have reached that "zero hour"...The paradox that Bernanke is in danger of discovering (the hard way) is the paradox of a pilot who finds himself in a flat spin. As the ground approaches he wants to pull back on the stick but if he does so, the spin simply tightens as the wings are not producing lift - the angle of attack is too high, not too low. As such if he does what his brain screams at him to do instinctively, he dies.
Or the scuba diver who sucks on the reg and gets nothing. Your instinct is to hold your breath and kick for the surface. If you do it you die.
In both cases your only hope of survival is to do exactly the opposite of your instinct. In the case of the pilot you must not only give counter-rudder (to stop the rotation) but also push the stick forward. In the case of the diver you must exhale that last breath you have in your lungs, knowing there are no more in the tank while you kick to ascend.
If you succumb to instinct you are dead. Really dead, as in splat (or exploded lungs.)