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US prints first banknotes with women’s signatures

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The U.S. The Treasury (United States of America’s Finance Ministry) has printed the first US banknotes (currency notes) with two women’s signatures. The new currency notes of $1 and $5 value carry the signature of the Secretary of Treasury (American Finance Minister) Janet Yellen and Lynn Malerba. The United States currency notes are popularly called as Greenback.

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In the United States the currency notes are printed by the Treasury Department’s Bureau of Engraving and Printing and the Federal Reserve decides how much currency notes will be printed. The Treasury Department’s Bureau of Engraving and Printing has note printing facilities at Fort Worth, Texas and another in Washington.

Who is Lynn Malerba?

Lynn Malerba is Native American and is the chief of the Mohegan Tribe, who holds the position of Treasurer of the United States within the Department of Treasury, United States government.

Who is Janet Yellen?

Janet Yellen is a former chairman of the United States Central Bank, Federal Reserve of New York. She was the first female head of the Federal Reserve.

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