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The Bank of England, in unveiling the new £50 banknote, hails mathematician Alan Turing as 'a giant on whose shoulders so many now stand'
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas releases the first batch of banknotes bearing Governor Benjamin Diokno's signature – squiggles which he himself said look like worms
(UPDATED) Alongside the bolivar redenomination, President Nicolas Maduro announces other measures to tackle widespread poverty, including a massive 3,400% wage hike
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The previous 3 deadline extensions set by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas after the original deadline of December 31, 2016, were March 31, June 30, and finally to December 29, 2017
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas says the new banknotes are 'aimed at highlighting significant moments in the nation's history, as well as its world heritage sites and iconic natural wonders'
Filipinos now have until June 30 2017 to exchange their New Design Series NDS banknotes After June 30 these bills will have no monetary value
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas also reminds the public that it only has until the end of this month to replace old banknotes with the New Generation Currency NGC bills
Former prime minister Manmohan Singh a respected economist says it would shave at least two percentage points off growth which topped 7 in the first half of the financial year
The central bank also says that some coins will have to go because they already outlived their usefulness as far as the public is concerned
The name of the late president Yusof Ishak is misspelled on the cover folder containing the Sg 50 and Sg 10 commemorative notes
From January 1 to December 31 2016 unused old banknotes would have to be exchanged in authorized banks and the BSP After that period these bills will have no monetary value
UPDATED Senator Koko Pimentel asks the central bank to explain why these banknotes are almost identical to each other
The ‘New Design Series’ or the nearly 3 decade old banknotes will no longer have any monetary value effective January 1 2017
Sterling is the first of the world s major currencies – ahead of the US dollar euro yen and the Swiss franc – to switch to polymer