Figures show 76% drop in counterfeits recovered in Bosnia and Herzegovina; new banknotes with improved security features hailed for large reduction in fake currency seized compared to last year
Indonesian central bank mounts campaign to get enough cash into the system prior to Eid celebrations; confident payment demands will be met
Central Bank of the Democratic Republic of Congo releases new high-denomination banknotes; move signifies efforts to limit dollarisation in the country but also poses inflation risk
Reserve Bank of Malawi introduces series of banknotes and coins; follows decision to devalue the kwacha to appease international aid donors
Release dates for updated banknotes and coins revealed by Riksbank; first new banknotes will enter circulation in October 2015
Bank of Zambia confirms rebased notes will not portray the image of any person; businesses urged to update systems ahead of changeover date
Bank Negara Malaysia reveals new banknotes will enter into circulation in July this year; work being carried out to ensure “smooth transition” in the country
Bank of Zambia announces printing, minting and distribution of new banknotes and coins will be under way by May 2012
Turkish prime minister leads ceremony at the Central Bank of Turkey to unveil the new symbol for the lira
Interview: José Darío Uribe
Central bankers from many of the 136 member countries of FATF share thoughts on combating money laundering
Solomon Islands public warned about counterfeit banknotes in circulation; central bank also announces new coins to be issued
Norwegians have until November 2012 to exchange old series of banknotes before they are rendered worthless, 11 years after new currency series was introduced
Bank of Estonia study finds 81% of respondents are holding on to some kroon cash; not using it for savings shows confidence in the euro, says head of cash and security department
Bank Negara Malaysia reveals designs and security features of five denominations in new currency series
Swiss National Bank says Geneva office will close next year as cash distribution services to be carried out by private firms; fifteen staff affected by closure
Notes and coins in circulation were on average 1.1% higher than December, new data from the Bank of England show.
The governor of Ireland's central bank, John Hurley, has agreed to stay on beyond the official end of his first seven-year term in March.
Central banks need to take a business minded approach to their cash-supply function, argues Brian Lang
Most banknotes bear signatures, but who are the signatories? Åke Lönnberg explains
Euro banknotes already account for 50% of the total in circulation in both Malta and Cyprus, the two Mediterranean islands that adopted the single currency on Tuesday.
The Venezuelan Central Bank will launch a nationwide campaign to familiarise consumers with its new notes and coins, which will come into circulation at the start of next year.
Nick Carver looks on the development of a viable alternative to paper banknotes
Slovenia has entered the final phase of preparations for the launch of the euro on New Year's Day, and is ready for the switchover, a central bank official said Thursday 14 December.