Denmark businesses could go cashless as early as next year: Morning Report

Coin World gives you a quick look at what's happening in the world of numismatics
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Published : 05/12/15
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1. Denmark proposes cashless business option

The Danish government is considering no longer requiring business owners to accept cash as payment.

According to The Independent, the proposal would enable retailers to make their own decisions about whether or not to accept cash beginning next year. 

The Independent reports the proposal is part of an economic growth package geared at cutting cost and stimulating productivity for standard business owners. The proposal will reportedly free business owners of all security fees moving forward. 

The clip below from Danske Bank offers insight as to what we may see from the Danish in the near future. 

2. 2015 special March of Dimes set update: 92 percent have been sold

Fewer than 6,000 of the 2015 March of Dimes Special Silver Sets remain from the maximum authorization of 75,000.

Get your set here.

3. Sales are now open for Eisenhower $1 coin and First Spouse medal sets

The Dwight D. and Mamie Eisenhower coin and medal set includes one uncirculated Eisenhower Presidential $1 coin and one bronze medal with the same likeness of first lady Mamie Eisenhower that appears on the First Spouse gold coin struck in her honor.

4. President Truman Coin and Chronicles set release is moved up

The first 2015 Coin & Chronicles set from the U.S. Mint, which features Harry S. Truman, will go on sale June 30, 2015. The price of the set is $57.95 and it has a product limit of 17,000 and household order limit of five sets. 

5. Precious metals pricing listed the following prices per ounce as of 9:32 a.m. ET:

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