Why U.S. Banknote May Soon Be Making A MintJeffrey M. Laderman
Here's a money-making machine--literally. Among the products that roll out of U. S. Banknote's highly secured printing plants is foreign currency. The company is also the world's largest printer of travelers' checks. U. S. Banknote doesn't print dollars, but federal food coupons, Treasury checks, and postage stamps account for 30% of revenues. In addition, about 25% of sales come from stock and bond certificates. And with new equity issues booming, U. S. Banknote can't help but profit, too.
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