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The central bank has also allowed encashment of Rs40,000 denomination prize bonds at face value but directed banks to deposit encashment amount in prize bond holder's bank account.
The stamp vendors have also threatened to go on a strike if the government did not make available the stamps of small denominations in a week.
SBP, for the information of the general public and specifically visually impaired persons, reiterates that Pakistani currency notes have specific features to help the visually impaired persons to identify the genuineness of currency notes and to distinguish between different denominations.
The most registered counterfeited EUR banknote was in denomination of EUR 50 (99 pieces or 46.05%), EUR 100 (46 pieces or 21.4%) and EUR 20 (30 pieces or 13.95%).
Core design elements are the hand and the globe, which appear on every denomination in the new series.
The Director, Currency Operations Department, Central Bank of Nigeria Mrs Priscilla Eleje at the public sensitisation and enlightenment campaign of the banks direct intervention on lower denomination banknotes said one of the key objectives of the CBN as enshrined in the CBN Act, 2007 (section 1) is the issuance and management of legal tender currency in Nigeria.
Mumbai: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Thursday said it will soon issue Rs100 denomination bank notes.
The National Bank of Ukraine will soon issue into circulation new circulating coins of UAH 1 and UAH 2 denomination. The coins to be put into circulation on 27 April 2018 will in time replace the banknotes of respective denominations presently in circulation.
The firm said, 'We typically see that, over time, higher denomination banknotes begin to make up an increasing proportion of the volume of cash in circulation.
Meanwhile, a postage stamp of eight rupees denomination is being issued Wednesday on 125th anniversary of Government Islamia College Lahore.
These futures contracts are of internationally traded denominations which are actively traded at global exchanges.
Synopsis: Protestants who identify with "mainline" denominations are distinctly more liberal on moral issues than are Baptists, Pentecostals and those identifying with nondenominational Protestant groups.