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Central Banks Money Supply

  • Recently struck pennies in a bin at the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia.

    The penny has outlived its usefulness and should be eliminated, former U.S. Mint director Philip Diehl said.

  • Why central bankers won't ruin Christmas

    The timing and pace of an interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve has already been very well factored in by markets, says Gavin Parry, MD at Parry International Trading.

  • Abnormally low interest rates not healthy: Fmr FDIC Chair

    Former FDIC Chair, Sheila Bair of Washington College, forecasts Fed decisions on a rate hike and discusses the economy.

  • Greece presents new reform proposals

    Greece has submitted a package of reform proposals to its euro zone creditors. Tasos Telloglou, TV Presenter and Investigative Journalist at Star Channel, has more from Athens.

  • Expect a pick-up in China's M2 money supply: Pro

    As monetary systems become more liquid, China's broad M2 money supply may see a pick-up, says Adrian Mowat, managing director and chief Asian and emerging market equity strategist at J.P.Morgan.

  • The Bureau of Engraving and Printing made a costly error while printing hundred-dollar bills that resulted in billions of butchered Benjamins. Taxpayer money is financing the fix.

  • Nikkei Business Report

    It was a unanimous vote to keep aggressive monetary easing strategies unchanged at the Bank of Japan today, unlike its US counterpart which is seeking to unwind its massive monetary easing. The Nikkei's Yukako Ono reports.

  • The Perils of Counterfeit Money Printing

    Chad Wasilenkoff, CEO of Fortress Paper talks about the business of printing money and threats from counterfeiters, electronic payments and the rise of digital currencies.

  • Hey, Can You Spare a Bitcoin?

    Many compare bitcoins to commodities like gold, reports CNBC's Mary Thompson -- there is only a finite amount of the digital currency. Frances Newton, Frances Insight CEO, and Nicholas Colas, ConvergEx, discuss whether bitcoins are sustainable.

  • Bitcoin More a Dotcom Stock?

    The value of bitcoins have dropped 77 percent since Wednesday, reports CNBC's Mary Thompson. Derek Thompson, The Atlantic senior editor, explains why he sees bitcoin as more of a dotcom stock than a currency

  • Bond Buying 'Benefits Don't Outweigh Costs': Plosser

    Charles Plosser, President of the Philadelphia Federal Reserve, says the costs of easing outweigh the benefits for the U.S. economy.

  • Bitcoin: 'Be Careful Where You Put Your Dough' Warns Santelli

    CNBC's Rick Santelli explains why Bitcoin is really a story about the lack of confidence in central banks.

  • ASEAN Econs Heating Up: Pro

    Robert Prior-Wandesforde, Director of Asia Economics at Credit Suisse, warns that ASEAN economies are heating up while central banks are focusing on inflation and not doing what they should be - raising rates.

  • Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said the central bank will seek to push down yields across the curve by purchasing longer-dated government bonds, underscoring its resolve to aggressively beat deflation.

  • Sustainability of Abe's Regime

    Tony Nash, Managing Director at IHS, says Japan has been getting a lot of pressure from other developed countries from its recent monetary easing.

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    While experts recommend tracking expenses to rein in unbridled spending, it is possible to build a nest egg without accounting for every penny. Start by having your paycheck deposited into a master account, from which all big payments are auto-debited. 

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    Look for a huge corporate spin-off, a major apparel merger, rock bottom bond yields,  hedge fund failures and an election defeat for President Obama.

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    With fiscal instability plaguing the U.S. and Europe, some want a return to the past and a restraint on money supply.

  • Imagine that during the time it took to drink a cup of coffee, the price of that cup of coffee doubled. Although extreme, this becomes the reality of hyperinflation, where prices change so rapidly that everyday items rise exponentially and money becomes worthless, virtually overnight or even in the course of a working day. Today, inflation has become a major topic of debate in the United States, and although many are concerned about the effects of a devalued dollar on the economy, history shows

    What were some of the worst inflation situations in history and how did they come to be? Click to find out!