As of 2015, the two dollar bill is still printed by the United States Treasury and remains in circulation. Approximately one billion bills bearing the two dollar denomination are in circulation in the global economy, making up 3 percent of all dollar notes.
While the two dollar bill is one of the smaller contributions to the total bill volume in the United States, the one and 100 dollar bills are some of its most plentiful. Both denominations have approximately 10 billion bills in circulation. The printing period for the two dollar bill is generally done every few years, depending on the demand for it.