Currency Benchmarks 2022 – presentation

Currency specialist Ben Margulies discusses cash volumes and use, currency production and design, and cash and the climate

Now that Covid-19 anomalies have largely dissipated and central banks have abandoned pandemic precautions, the Currency Benchmarks 2022 reveal many pre-existing trends in cash production, distribution and management have continued to advance at a slow but steady pace.

The data shows wide variations in the use of cash as a payment method. The overall trend may indicate a decline in the use of cash for transactions, but there is also evidence that the amount of cash is expected to grow in many

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