If recent trends continue, in a few months there will be $1.2 trillion in Federal Reserve notes (otherwise known as dollar bills) in circulation. Who is holding all these? One clue comes from looking at the denominations: 3/4 of the currency held by the public is in the form of hundred-dollar bills. Share of U.S. [...] View the full post at: Who is Holding All Those U.S. Dollars? Related posts: Where is the U.S. Currency? Foreign Investors Pumped More Than a Quarter Trillion Dollars in the U.S. in 2008 BerkShares, Buckaroos, and Bear Dollars: What Makes a Local Currency Tick?