A currency crisis in Venezuela has sparked a currency crisis.
The country’s central bank announced Tuesday it was printing $4.1 billion worth of new notes to try to boost its currency.
The move was intended to spur inflation and keep the country from running out of dollars.
The Venezuelan currency has soared to $5,500 and hit a record high of $4.,000, or about $3,500.
The Central Bank of Venezuela has been printing money to prop up the currency after a recent economic collapse caused the death of Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro.
Here’s what you need to know about the crisis.
What is a bolivar?
Bolivars are Venezuelan notes.
They’re used as payment for goods and services and are considered an official reserve currency in the country.
The current currency is $4 and it’s backed by oil, which is produced by Venezuela’s oil industry.
How does the bolivars affect me?
Bolívars are not backed by the central bank.
They can be used as a medium of exchange in the United States and abroad.
The U.S. government has been buying bolivares to pay for the Venezuelan military and other government obligations.
How much is a dollar worth?
A dollar is worth about $1.20, according to the U.K. central bank, and the U,S.
dollar is about $2.50.
How do I buy a bolívare?
To buy a dollar, you’ll need to go to the exchange desk and present a receipt.
It will be stamped with a photo of the person you’re purchasing the bolívar from.
They’ll ask for your name, address, and phone number.
You can also show the receipt to a bank, credit card company, or other company to verify the transaction.
How is Venezuela’s economy affected?
Venezuela’s economic problems have worsened since the end of last year.
In May, Venezuela’s inflation reached 20 percent, the highest in the world.
The government blames the inflation on a lack of production and poor exports.
There are also reports of shortages of basic goods like fuel, medicine, and toilet paper.
Why is Venezuela running out $4 billion in new notes?
It’s a result of the government printing a new currency for every $1 in government revenue.
The currency, called the bolóvares, is designed to help stabilize the economy after the collapse of oil prices and a drop in oil prices due to a blockade of U.N. peacekeeping troops in the Caribbean country of Cuba.
It’s an attempt to offset the loss of the bolos.
What can I do if I’ve lost my money?
You can withdraw all of your bolivarian pesos.
If you do that, you can also use your bolíva to pay the government.
That’s what happened to a U.C.L.A. student who lost $4 million in her bank account in February.
If that student doesn’t want to use the money, she can use her U.s. dollars to pay her bills.
You could also ask the government for your money back.
If the government has a record of your bank account, it could be used to collect other bank accounts.
Do you know how much money is left in the bank accounts of Venezuelans?
Yes, the government is printing $1 billion in cash for every dollar in cash it has in circulation.
It doesn’t have enough to pay bills and will also have to pay salaries.
Is it possible to pay back the money that has been lost?
You could, but it might take a long time, especially if you have a small account or a credit card.
The United States Treasury said last month that it will not be able to use any of the $1-billion in newly printed bolívas as money to pay debts.
This is because Venezuela’s central banking system is so broke that it is unable to repay the money it borrowed.
What should I do when my money has been stolen?
If you think you’ve lost your money, contact the U.”s Department of Treasury and tell them what happened.
The Department of Homeland Security will try to recover your money.
If it can’t, it will notify your credit card issuer and your bank.
You should also contact your local police and tell the police what happened, if they can help.
What if I lose my money again?
If your money was stolen, call the bank that gave you the money or the police and ask for it back.
You may be able get a refund if your bank or police provide you with an ID and proof of identity.
How can I get my money back?
If the money was lost or stolen, contact your bank and ask them to give you your money in a sealed envelope.
You’ll be required to return the money to the bank in which you received it.
It may take a few days for your bank to send the money back, depending on the bank’s security.
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