12 Charts to Dig the Global Economy: Poverty in Argentina, Hurricane Ian, UK Crisis

The turmoil in the UK rocked global markets this week as Liz Truss’s government signaled that it’s sticking with a plan for tax cuts, sending the pound to a record low and prompting the Bank of England to intervene

Fiona Pummeled Puerto Rico’s Crops, Just Not Those in Indoor Farms

The hurricane showed, once again, how vulnerable the US commonwealth of 3.1 million people is to extreme weather supercharged by climate change

Portugal Tops Paris for Travelers Seizing on a Strong Dollar

It's not a bad time to book that winter ski vacation or spring break trip

MercadoLibre to Expand LatAm EV Fleet, Launch Crypto Payments in Mexico

In an exclusive interview with Bloomberg Línea, executive vice president of e-commerce Ariel Szarfsztejn talks about the e-commerce giant’s “aggressive” growth strategy

Rounds of the Week: Funding Still Flowing into Latin American Startups

Brazilian startups Ali and Cortex raised funds this week, with a Series A and a Series C

Mexico’s Defense Ministry Suffers Cyberattack

Lula Is on the Cusp of a Single-Round Win in Brazil, DataFolha Poll Shows

Mexico Probes Executive at Pemex’s Trading Arm for $1 Million Storage Payment

Brazil’s Ibovespa Climbs Pre-Election; S&P 500 Closes Quarter at 2-Year Low

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Argentina to Launch ‘Tech Dollar’, Mulls Flexible Exchange Rate for Freelancers

The country’s economy minister, Sergio Massa, is working on a new currency exchange scheme for the knowledge economy, with a plan to be unveiled on October 3