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The Bank of Jamaica.

Jamaica’s central bank is using reggae-inspired music videos to teach people about monetary policy

Jamaica's central bank has released a series of videos on Twitter addressing inflation and monetary policy.

Employees in Singapore will receive a 2.6% salary increase in 2019 – lower than this year’s

Also, Malaysia will receive an increase of 2.7 per cent in their salaries next year.
Local miner Cesar Abac uses a wooden bowl and mercury to pan for gold near at the village of Las Cristinas, southern Bolivar State, Venezuela.

Venezuelans fighting the country’s economic crisis are illegally mining gold to survive

Venezuela's economic crisis has deepened further as its country's citizens grow desperate for even basic products.
OCTOBER 22: U.S. President Donald Trump addresses the crowd during a rally in support of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on October 22, 2018 at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. Cruz, the incumbent, is seeking Senate re-election in a high-profile race against Democratic challenger Beto O'Rourke.

The Well Fargo strategist quoted in Trump’s latest tweet about the Fed initially thought someone was pulling a prank on him

In his latest move apparently taking aim at the Federal Reserve, President Donald Trump turned to a Wells Fargo strategist.
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz speaks during a news conference in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, October 19, 2016.

Here comes the Bank of Canada…

The Bank of Canada is widely expected to raise short-term borrowing costs Wednesday and leave the door open to further tightening.

Singapore core inflation edges down in September, surprising economists

Singapore’s core inflation gauge in September decreased slightly from a year earlier.

Caterpillar beats, says it sees higher costs ahead

Caterpillar beat on both the top and bottom lines. The heavy-equipment maker warned that it sees rising material costs on the horizon.

UK inflation drops sharply and unexpectedly as Brexit price squeeze slows down

Consumer price inflation (CPI), the most watched measure of UK inflation, feel to 2.4% in September, down from 2.7% in the previous month.
A fan dressed as Captain America.

America’s biggest companies have larger worries than Trump’s tariffs

Third-quarter earnings season is here, and America's biggest companies are most concerned about foreign-exchange headwinds affecting their results. More than 60% of companies that have reported so far mentioned FX or currency as the biggest negative impact to results either now or in the future.