Paper £20 and £50 will cease to be legal tender next year
Central bank data shows cash withdrawals fell in comparison to debit card transactions
Central bank announces work with state-owned organisations on prototype CBDC
Tod Niedeck, corporate marketing director at Crane Currency makes the case for the sustainability benefits that are inherent in the production of paper banknotes, contrasting this with the environmental difficulties that face plastic banknotes at the end…
Observers warn move could further destabilise the fragile Salvadoran economy
New banknote features “father of Japanese capitalism” and is set for issue in 2024
CCL Secure explores how its new formulation of bank-grade polymer and ink technologies, Spartan, focuses on extreme durability and offers an imaginative, ultra-durable, efficient, sustainable and cost-effective solution.
Thai central bank will invite firms to participate in testing prototype in 2022
Central Banking explores the impact the addition of the renminbi to the SDR basket has had on internationalising the Chinese currency; central bank reserve managers share their views on including the renminbi in their portfolios; and we take a look at…
“Bolívar digital” accompanied by redenomination of currency, which will drop six zeroes
Recent banknote shipment failed to alleviate shortage, fund says
Chinese central bank digital currency has the potential to boost the renminbi’s internationalisation further, but only if international investors have access.
Reserve managers see potential in the renminbi and expect the International Monetary Fund to increase its weighting at the next special drawing rights reassessment
Bank of China (Hong Kong) highlights the importance of opening up the onshore renminbi (RMB) foreign exchange market and improving the development of offshore RMB FX markets
CBDC pilot expanded to fifth country as it struggles with aftermath of volcanic eruption
Pandemic has led to shortage of coins in circulation, causing problems for retailers
With China’s share of the domestic central government bond market significantly increasing in just a few years, and the International Monetary Fund including the renminbi in its special drawing rights basket of currencies, China is enjoying growing…
BoC says increase driven by stockpiles of big notes and interruptions in circulation
Policy-makers discuss what has impacted the renminbi’s adoption as a global reserve asset over the past five years.
Central Banking speaks to five policy-makers about their thoughts on the prominence of the renminbi within central bank reserves following its inclusion in the International Monetary Fund’s special drawing rights.
But pandemic made it difficult for people to access and pay with cash, new research finds