Revised 2020 Currency Print Order

On April 16, 2020, the Board approved a revision to its FY 2020 order from 5.2 billion to 6.2 billion notes, or a 19.7 percent increase. The total value of the revised order is $185.7 billion. The increased order reflects action taken to address the high demand for currency resulting from the COVID-19 global pandemic.

FY 2020 Federal Reserve Note Print Order
Denomination Revised Number of Notes
(000s of pieces)
Original Number of Notes
(000s of pieces)
Difference
(000s of Notes) (Percent)
$1 1,811,200 1,574,400 236,800 15.0%
$2 0 0 0 0.0%
$5 684,800 736,000 -51,200 -7.0%
$10 460,800 460,800 0 0.0%
$20 1,689,600 1,241,600 448,000 36.1%
$50 236,800 76,800 160,000 208.3%
$100 1,302,400 1,078,400 224,000 20.8%
Total 6,185,600 5,168,000 1,017,600 19.7%

 

 

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Historical FY Print Orders

Chart 1: Historical FY Print Orders
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Last Update: May 27, 2020