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Speaking of Money…

Posted by Non-Hamster on August 26th, 2007

I just saw some interesting trivia about US money

Facts About U.S. Currency

AP- Facts about on how much each denomination represents in the 9.12 billion currency notes the Bureau of Engraving and Printing will produce in the current budget year and the average life for each note:

_$1 note: 45.5 percent of total note production; 21 months.
_$5 note: 15.4 percent; 16 months.
_$10 note: 0.9 percent; 18 months.
_$20 note: 21.6 percent; 24 months.
_$50 note: 4.7 percent; 55 months.
_$100 note: 11.9 percent; 89 months.

It's interesting to note that there's fewer $50's being printed than $100's or $20's and hardly any $10's at all.  Now I am not a hamster, had anyone asked I would have thought that the numer of $10's and $50's would have been considerably higher.

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