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Currency printing factors

 
kri shan
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What are all the factors considered for currency printing ? I think Inflation, GDP, GNP, etc -- correct ?
 
Arjun Shastry
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Every bank submits its finance reports to central bank(weekly/monthly).Based on that central bank knows how much cash is flowing in country.It also gets reports on how many currency notes are in bad condition and not to be used.Based on this currency notes and money is minted.
 
Akhilesh Trivedi
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And I was thinking why on earth Kri Shan would want to print currency? and ask abou it here, expecting somebody to respond.
[ September 23, 2008: Message edited by: Akhilesh Trivedi ]
 
Arvind Mahendra
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When the MP in charge logs into his bank A/c to make a big transfer to his swiss bank A/c and gets a 'insufficient funds' error.
 
marc weber
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I usually have $10,000 printed each month.

(This is the "Little Treasurer" package, which costs $44.99 with Fed-Ex shipping.)
 
Akhilesh Trivedi
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Originally posted by marc weber:
I usually have $10,000 printed each month.

(This is the "Little Treasurer" package, which costs $44.99 with Fed-Ex shipping.)


Shhhhhhh... please send me a private message if you find something similar for British Pounds.
 
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