Foreign investors pour $925 million into Egypt since Wednesday

FILE PHOTO: A man counts Egyptian pounds outside a bank in Cairo

CAIRO (Reuters) – Foreign investors transferred more than $925 million dollars into the Egyptian foreign exchange market in the three days since its currency sharply depreciated last week, Egypt’s central bank said in a statement on Monday. The Egyptian pound weakened to about 32 to the dollar from 27.60 at the open on Wednesday before… Continue reading Foreign investors pour $925 million into Egypt since Wednesday

Why are food prices going up? Key questions answered

FILE PHOTO: Soup kitchens on the outskirts of Lima struggle with inflation

CHICAGO (Reuters) – Why are food prices rising? Global food prices started to rise in mid-2020 when businesses shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, straining supply chains.¬†Farmers dumped out milk and let fruits and vegetables rot due to a lack of available truckers to transport goods to supermarkets, where prices spiked as consumers stockpiled… Continue reading Why are food prices going up? Key questions answered