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Economist Intelligence Unit names New York City and Singapore as world's most expensive cities, citing inflation and strong dollar; prices up by average of 8.1% in local-currency terms over past year in major cities, the fastest rate for at least 20 years

Japan approved a US$216B supplementary budget to counter impact to household finances due to rising food, utility costs and a weaker yen; the weaker currency amplified import costs and pushed inflation higher

Zacks: K-C gains on growth pillars and cost cutting, and its upsides likely to keep aiding growth; however, company has been battling high input costs for past few quarters, remains vulnerable to currency fluctuations on exposure to international markets

Strong US dollar expected to slow US farm exports and accelerate imports in the coming year, USDA says; for fiscal 2023 ending Sept. 30, 2023, USDA projects US agricultural imports at US$199B, up US$2B from August forecast

Nomura warns Egypt, Romania, Sri Lanka, Turkey, Czech Republic, Pakistan and Hungary at high risk of currency crises; emerging market economies are more vulnerable, as most have not fully recovered from pandemic, face high inflation and other headwinds

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