Following are production figures for U.S. banknotes as reported by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
Not since kindergarten had Eric Migicovsky spent as much time thinking about glue as he did last year.
In the summer of 1861, shortly after the start of the Civil War, U.S. Treasury Secretary Salmon P. Chase negotiated a loan of gold from northeastern banks.
The new $100 bill, redesigned with security features such as a blue, three-dimensional security ribbon, will begin circulating Oct. 8, according to the Federal Reserve.
If you fret that the dollar risks losing its global clout, consider this: It still beats wampum.
Defects in the U.S. government’s printing of the new $100 bill, which have delayed its release for a year, were the result of poor planning and oversight by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, the Treasury Department’s inspector general said.