1. The U.S. Mint is facing a coin shortage  Yahoo Finance
  2. Time to change: Virus-hit U.S. urges people to spend coins  Japan Today
  3. Gold Ends July at Record; U.S. Mint Bullion Sales Mixed  CoinNews.net
  4. City of Ypsilanti suspends meter paid parking, citing coin shortage  WDIV ClickOnDetroit
  5. Mint unveils designs of Bush coins, medal  Coin World
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The flow of coins through the U.S. economy is the latest victim of the coronavirus pandemic and now the government is asking people to spare a little change to balance out the supply. Virus restrictions have meant stores doing less business and thus fewer coins are being spent, bunching up…

Time to change: Virus-hit U.S. urges people to spend coins - Japan Today

Precious metals prices increased Friday, padding their gains in July. Gold was one of the biggest winners.Precious metals prices increased Friday, padding their gains in July. Gold was one of the biggest winners. The yellow metal notched another record after falling on Thursday for its first loss in te…

Gold Ends July at Record; U.S. Mint Bullion Sales Mixed | Coin News

The 2020-W Barbara Bush First Spouse $10 coins are being struck, to go on sale in August, while the accompanying medal and the George H.W. Bush presidential dollar will be available later.The 2020-W Barbara Bush First Spouse $10 coins are being struck, to go on sale in August, while the accompanying medal and the George H.W. Bush presidential dollar will be available later.

Mint unveils designs of Bush coins, medal

Anyone parking their vehicle is still required to follow the posted time limits, which will be strictly enforced.Anyone parking their vehicle is still required to follow the posted time limits, which will be strictly enforced.

City of Ypsilanti suspends meter paid parking, citing coin shortage

City officials halted paid parking in commercial districts in response to the national coin shortage.

Citing coin shortage, Ypsilanti suspends paid parking - mlive.com

You may have seen signs at chain restaurants or grocery stores asking for exact change. It’s not just out of convenience - it may be because they don’t have any change to give back to you.You may have seen signs at chain restaurants or grocery stores asking for exact change. It’s not just out of convenience - it may be because they don’t have any change to give back to you.

A chief economist explains the national coin shortage

Coin shortage: coming to a store near you | Walterboro Live

While the United States has faced a nationwide coin shortage in recent weeks, the Fort Dodge area seems to have not felt the effects of it much. A handful

Coin shortage has little impact in Fort Dodge | News, Sports, Jobs - Messenger News

La Plata County banks, laundromats and car washes are seeing the signs of yet another unexpected disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic – a...La Plata County banks, laundromats and car washes are seeing the signs of yet another unexpected disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic – a...

Nationwide coin shortage leaves Durango businesses pinching pennies

Laundromats are being affected by the nationwide shortage in addition to grocery and retail stores.People are trying to get change from coin machines without being a customer.

How is the coin shortage affecting the economy | wtol.com

MORE than £120million worth of old pound coins are still missing three years after they stopped being legal tender. The Royal Mint said that while over the last three years £1.58billions worth of o…

£120MILLION worth of old pound coins still missing almost three years after they were axed

The debate about phasing out hard currency in favour of digital alternatives could be set to intensify with news that the US Mint is facing a shortage of coins due to the pandemic.The debate about phasing out hard currency in favour of digital alternatives could be set to intensify with news that the US Mint is facing a shortage of coins due to the pandemic.

US mint facing coin shortage

Stores are asking customers to use exact change, credit or debit cards. That's hard to do if you don't have a bank account.Many stores are asking customers to use exact change, credit or debit cards. But there are other workarounds.

Coin shortage: How it affects businesses, low-income people - Los Angeles Times

According to the Federal Reserve the shortage has been caused by a “deceleration of coin circulation” with businesses closed due to the pandemic.

A ‘strange effect’ of the COVID-19 pandemic: Coin shortage leaving stores, banks begging for loose change - masslive.com

In the midst of reduced coin circulation, the U.S. Mint is winding down its production of novelty quarters. Should they be saved, or spent?In the midst of reduced coin circulation, the U.S. Mint is winding down its production of novelty quarters. Should they be saved, or spent?

The spread of coronavirus has found a surprising victim - America’s coinage. The United States economy is suddenly short of coins, thanks to the pandemic. Coin collateralThe spread of coronavirus has found a surprising victim - America’s coinage. The United States economy is suddenly short of coins, thanks to the pandemic. Coin collateral

Time to change: Virus-hit US urges people to spend coins - Coin collateral | The Economic Times

Virus-hit US urges people to spend coins to balance out the supplyVirus-hit US urges people to spend coins to balance out the supply

America's coinage — A surprising victim of coronavirus - News | Khaleej Times

Virus restrictions have meant stores doing less business and thus fewer coins are being spent, bunching up the normal flow of quarters, dimes and nickels.Virus restrictions have meant stores doing less business and thus fewer coins are being spent, bunching up the normal flow of quarters, dimes and nickels.

Time to change: Virus-hit US urges people to spend coins - Business - The Jakarta Post

The flow of coins through the US economy is the latest victim of the coronavirus pandemic and now the government is asking people.The flow of coins through the US economy is the latest victim of the coronavirus pandemic and now the government is asking people.

Time to change: Virus-hit US encourages people to spend coins