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  1. FILE PHOTO: New foreign currency outlets in Cuba irritate locals earning in pesos

    Cuba to drop its dual currency system on Jan 1

    Cuba's president to drop its dual currency system Jan. 1
  2. A trader shows U.S. dollar notes at a currency exchange booth in Peshawar

    Dollar weakening expected to last into 2021 as risky bets remain

    The dollar's weakening is likely to last at least another six months as investors continue to shift to risky assets and higher returns, a Reuters ...
  3. Police looking into moneychangers dealing fake Myanmar currency | Video
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    Police looking into moneychangers dealing fake Myanmar currency | Video

    This comes after two Singaporeans were arrested in Yangon last week for allegedly using fake Myanmar currency, which they said was obtained from ...
  4. Currency Outlook
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    Ep 24: Currency Outlook

    Is the greenback on its way down, and what does it mean for you? Why dirty money is still circulating around the world, and where it might come from.
  5. A woman counts US$100 bills at her home in Buenos Aires

    Commentary: The US dollar's position is safe - but only for now

    The greenback’s recent weakness is driven by shorter-term cyclical factors but in the long-run, the situation is more complicated, says economist ...
  6. US dollar

    Commentary: The larger implications of a low US dollar

    The US currency is the most valuable in the world and when it slides, everyone takes notice. Its new lows since COVID-19 hit is a sign of a larger ...
  7. 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.
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    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.