Shock as customer pays with rare silver certificate bill from 1930s
First issued by the U.S. government in the 1800s, the holder of a certificate could redeem it for a certain amount of silver.
The U.S. Dollar's Supremacy Won't End Anytime Soon
Oil has been priced in dollars and sold on a global market for decades. Following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the United States effectively stopped the use of the dollar in Russian oil sales and partitioned the oil market.
Russian ruble being refused in Kherson amid anticipated Ukraine victory
Kremlin-installed officials said in May that the region would transition to the Russian ruble over a period of four to five months.
What U.K. Pound Sterling Slump Against U.S. Dollar Means for Americans
Investors jumped to U.S. markets after the pound slumped, with analysts anticipating the pound could plunge further to parity with the dollar in coming months
Euro Now Worth Same as U.S. Dollar, Hits Fresh 20-Year Low
The move in the currency markets is due to concerns that Russia could cut off gas supplies to Europe amid the ongoing war in Ukraine.
Fact Check: Does Russian Ruble Rise Prove Western Sanctions Don't Work?
With the biggest Western economies reeling from high inflation, is the strong Russian ruble a sign of the country's economic resilience?
Cops Bust Crooks Selling Thousands of Dollars in Fake QE II Gold Coins
Police in Germany say they busted scammers suspected of selling fake Canadian "Maple Leaf" gold coins with the face of Queen Elizabeth II on them.
Russian Soldiers Refuse to Fight Due to Shrinking Paychecks: Report
The ruble's changing exchange rate may be the cause of the shrinking paychecks for Russian soldiers.
Sheep Sentenced to Serve Three Years at Military Camp For Killing Woman
Once the ram has served its time, it will be given to the victim's family along with five cows.
Will U.S. Sanctions Be 'Suicide of the Dollar?' Spanish Newspaper Asks
The IMF reported last week that the dollar has declined as a reserve currency in the last two decades.
What Inflation's Impact Has on Each State
Some are experiencing difficulty meeting household expenses due to the increase in prices, according to a report.
Starting With Maya Angelou, These Women Will Be Featured on U.S. Quarter
The United States Mint series will feature prominent women from U.S. history on the coin over the next four years.
Maya Angelou Quarters Now in Circulation as First in Series
The coin depicting the celebrated poet is the first in a series honoring famous American women that will run through 2025.
Thanks to COVID, China's New Currency Is the Potato
Disease control measures are now starting to hit the Chinese economy hard.
Foreign Tourists Flood Turkish Towns to Shop As Nation's Currency Declines
As Turkey faces an economic crisis, foreign tourists have been taking advantage of the lower prices, flooding into markets in the country for holiday shopping.
Woman Finds Old Wallet Filled With Teeth and WWII-Era Currency
The woman discovered a 10 peso note that was issued by the Japanese government during World War II.
This Is What a Rare $500 Bill Looks Like, and Which Figures Feature on It
The largest notes to have been in circulation are the $500, $1,000, $5,000 and $10,000 dollar bills, although all are becoming increasingly rare.
Dogecoin and Shiba Inu Market Cap Update As Crypto Tokens Go Head-to-Head
Shiba Inu overtook Dogecoin in terms of total value on Thursday morning after hitting an all-time high.
North Korea Issuing Temporary Currency as Nation Lacks Paper and Ink
The lack of goods such as medications and essential supplies have accelerated the spread of diseases such as typhoid fever.
Supply Chain Issues Have U.S. Inflation Up 5.4 Percent, Highest Since 2008
"Price increases stemming from ongoing supply chain bottlenecks amid strong demand will keep the rate of inflation elevated," economist Kathy Bostjanicic said.
Venezuela Changes Currency as Inflation Skyrockets, Price of Dollar Rises
Venezuela removed zeros from the end of its currency for a third time as the country struggles against hyperinflation making its currency nearly worthless.
Here's How Much 'Squid Game's' 45 Billion Won Is in U.S. Dollars
Netflix's gripping new K-drama "Squid Game" sees 456 contestants fight for a cash prize of 45.6 billion won. Here's how much that equates to in U.S. dollars.
Bitcoin Price Climbs as PayPal Expands Crypto Trading Outside U.S.
The online payment platform said it would start rolling out the new service to U.K. customers this week.
Crypto Regulation—Let's Begin and Begin Slowly
Good crypto regulation should reflect U.S. values, including privacy, security, freedom and sovereignty.
Senators Urge Janet Yellen to Prioritize Putting Harriet Tubman on $20 Bill
"Our currency tells the story of our nation, and it is long past due for Ms. Tubman's part of that story to be told," a bipartisan duo of U.S. Senators wrote in a letter to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.
Will China's Digital Yuan Replace the Dollar?
The real story of digitalization of the yuan is not what it will do to further currency internationalization but what it says about a rapacious party-state demanding complete control internally.
U.S. Dollar Strengthens on Hopes of Stimulus Deal Despite Congress Gridlock
This was despite warnings from big players facing "real concerns" about its longevity as the world's reserve currency.
People of Colour May Appear on British Coins For First Time
British-Jamaican war nurse Mary Seacole and Noor Inayat Khan, a British spy in World War II and others are being considered.
Senator Compares Facebook to Toddler with Matches in Scathing Remarks
"Facebook has demonstrated through scandal after scandal that it doesn't deserve our trust... We'd be crazy to give them a chance to experiment with people's bank accounts," Sherrod Brown said.
Rep. Ayanna Pressley Torches Steve Mnuchin for Postponing Tubman $20 Bill
"Secretary Mnuchin has allowed Trump's racism and misogyny to prevent him from carrying out the will of the people," she said.