Cash in Circulation





BSP Introduces Coin Deposit Machines

Introducing automated coin deposit machines is the latest initiative from the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas to promote the re-circulation of coins and persuade Filipinos to use them in their daily transactions.

Central Bank - August 31, 2022 midnight

US Coin Shortages Persist

Despite the increase in production at the US Mint, coins for general circulation are still struggling to keep pace with public demand, forcing the Federal Reserve to again limit orders from its customers, especially for dimes and quarter dollars.

Cash in Circulation - May 28, 2021 midnight

Coin, Coin Everywhere and not a Cent to Spend

At the ICCOS Americas online conference there was, unusually, a coin panel, ‘Coin, coin everywhere and not a cent to spend.’ The focus was on what had happened to coins in the US in the pandemic, why a Coin Task Force had had to be set up and what the situation is now. The panel consisted of Kathleen Young from the Federal Reserve Cash Services Product Office, Ashley Yayock from Walmart, Thomas Strauser from Loomis, JR Davis from Davis Bankcorp and Linda Sherry from National Priorities Consumer Council.

Cash in Circulation - January 4, 2021 1:10 a.m.

Germany’s High Coin Demand Driven by Domestic Demand

The Bundesbank (BBk) provides 25.5% of the fully paid capital that underpins the European Central Bank (ECB), but it has brought into circulation 29.9% of the value of coins in circulation (€8.46 billion). This figure has been stable for some time.

Cash in Circulation - January 4, 2021 midnight