MINYANVILLE ORIGINAL Global instability is usually anathema to stolid centuries-old companies. The opposite is true for De La Rue (DLAR.L). The 189-year-old British company prints the currency for 150 of the world's countries as well as other security documents such as passports and postage stamps. The company's stock price is up just over 10% on the year having hit a 52-week high earlier this month on rumors that the company was ready with plans to print drachma notes when Greece leaves the euro.
The Times of London have spoken to staff at De La Rue, a British company who is one of the few countries in the world that can create counterfeit-proof new banknotes in great volume. And of course, they're working on plans for the r... Read Post
Every day, rivers of green currency sheets flow through the presses at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, the federal agency responsible for printing all of the country's paper money. The technology used to produce today's legal ... Read Post