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  1. A Picture and its Story: Capturing a Beirut rescue

    Commentary: How Beirut’s port explosion worsens Lebanon’s economic crisis

    The collapse of the Lebanese pound means imports have become very expensive while inflation is skyrocketing, says Hannes Baumann.
  2. FILE PHOTO: A customer counts his cash at the register while purchasing an item at a Best Buy store

    Commentary: COVID-19 is an opportunity to move away from cash

    The post-pandemic world will move very fast in payments technologies and central banks must lead the way, says Professor Kenneth Rogoff.
  3. FILE PHOTO: A picture illustration shows a 100 Dollar banknote laying one Dollar banknotes

    Currency hit to North American companies' results rises to US$10.8 billion

    The negative impact of currency fluctuations on North American companies' first-quarter results rose from the preceding quarter but was well below ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: Four thousand U.S. dollars are counted out by a banker at a bank in Westminster

    King dollar's decline ripples across the globe

    An accelerating decline in the U.S. dollar is reverberating around the world, adding fuel to a global momentum rally that has boosted prices for ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: A woman counts U.S. dollar bills at her home in Buenos Aires

    Dollar, safe-haven currencies buoyed by US COVID-19 anxiety

    The dollar and other safe-haven currencies were well bid on Friday after a surge in new coronavirus cases in the United States further undermined ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: A U.S. dollar note is seen in front of a stock graph in this picture illustration

    Commentary: The biggest shock from COVID-19 will be felt on the US dollar

    Domestic saving, already depressed, is headed deep into negative territory, says Stephen S. Roach.
  7. Illustration photo of Japan Yen note in front of U.S. Dollar and British Pound Sterling notes

    Safe-haven currencies on defensive, sterling soft on spending plan

    Safe-haven currencies were on the back foot on Tuesday as hopes of an economic turnaround boosted stock prices while sterling was under pressure ...
  8. U.S. dollar notes are seen in this picture illustration

    Recovery hopes underpin risk currencies despite setback in pandemic fight

    The U.S. dollar was on the backfoot on Tuesday, while its Australian counterpart and other risk-sensitive currencies stood firm as markets clung ...
  9. FILE PHOTO: A woman walks past a board showing currency exchange rates in Kiev

    Global risk rally has a powerful ally: the weaker dollar

    Investors are betting a weaker U.S. dollar will further boost a rally that has seen stocks, emerging market currencies and other risky assets soar ...