Ten-fold rise in fivers from ATMs
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Ten-fold rise in fivers from ATMs

London : United Kingdom | Apr 26, 2012 at 5:54 AM PDT
Source: BBC
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Nearly 10 times as many £5 notes are being dispensed from cash machines than in the summer of 2010, the Bank of England has said. Some £200m of fivers are now dispensed a month, following a campaign to urge more banks to load the notes into ATMs. About one in eight ATMs operated by UK banks and building societies... FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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