US Coin Circulation: The Path Forward

The significant disruption of the coin supply chain in the United States as a result of the pandemic is well- documented. What is less well- documented, or even understood, is why these shortages have persisted even as economic and consumer activity have returned.

Interviews - November 29, 2022 midnight

RAM Rebrands for the Future

According to the recently published Royal Australian Mint annual report for 2021/22, the circulating coin, collectible and investment business lines achieved revenue of A$182 million and a surplus of A$23 million after tax, which resulted in a 33% RONA.

Studies-Reports - November 29, 2022 midnight

Record Year for The Royal Mint

The Royal Mint announced a 27.3% increase in sales to £1.4 billion and pre-tax profit of £18 million for the year ending 31 March 2022, an increase of 45% over the previous year, largely due to higher precious metals sales in the UK, US and Europe.

Studies-Reports - November 29, 2022 midnight

North America Considers the Penny

It is coming up to ten years since Canada removed its 1 cent coin, or penny, from circulation. A recent survey by Research Co found that 71% of the public do not miss the Canadian penny.

Studies-Reports - October 12, 2022 midnight

Global Report on Coins – Past, Present and Future

Currency News™, publishers of Coin & Mint News™ Quarterly, is undertaking a survey of the coin community as part of its development of an-depth report on the circulating coin industry, covering recent developments and trends, current status and future prospects.

Studies-Reports - January 27, 2022 midnight