BOND notes continue to vanish from the formal market, with latest statistics indicating that only seven percent of the unique currency’s issued value was in circulation at the close of 2017. According to Equity Axis (Equity) — a local financial research firm Equity, of the $345 million bond notes issued by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) then, only $24 million was in circulation as at December 31 2017, with the rest in the parallel market. This comes as the amount of $5 denominated bond notes has significantly reduced in the formal system, while the $2 notes are also increasingly getting scarce, with banks mostly disbursing coins in rations. “Of the total issued bond notes and coins by the RBZ…