Jim Zarroli Jim Zarroli is an NPR correspondent based in New York. He covers economics and business news.
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The pound was long the symbol of Britain's economic might. The chaos surrounding the country's 2016 decision to leave the European Union has sent the currency falling sharply. WPA Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Like The Empire Itself, The British Pound Is Not What It Used To Be

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Visitors look at a Cadillac Escalade at the China Auto Show in Beijing in 2018. For General Motors, China is a bigger market than the United States. Mark Schiefelbein/AP hide caption

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U.S. Companies In China Get Caught In The Trade War Crossfire

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Trump Lashes Out, 'Orders' All U.S. Companies To Move Out Of China

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How China's Retaliatory Tariffs May Impact The U.S. Economy

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Is The U.S. Economy Strong Enough To Withstand Another Slowdown Or Recession?

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Steven Hoffenberg was arrested by FBI agents in Arkansas in 1996, after regulators accused him of defrauding investors. Danny Johnston/AP hide caption

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Jeffrey Epstein's Former Business Associate: I Want To Assist Victims

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U.S. stocks nosedived Monday as China's currency fell sharply and raised fears that the U.S.-China trade war would keep escalating. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Stock Markets Take Another Hit As The Trade War With China Heats Up

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News Brief: More China Tariffs, FBI Questions Americans Who Studied In China

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A container ship sits in a berth at the Port of Oakland in California last year. President Trump announced additional tariffs on imports from China on Thursday. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Boeing 737 Max airplanes are stored in an area adjacent to Boeing Field last month in Seattle. Airlines around the world are cutting flights because of the grounding of the plane. Stephen Brashear/Getty Images hide caption

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Boeing 737 Max Grounding Takes Toll On Airlines And Passengers

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Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 Max aircraft sit on the tarmac at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on March 13. The 737 Max has been grounded worldwide following a pair of deadly crashes. Ralph Freso/Getty Images hide caption

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As 737 Max Grounding Drags On, Boeing's Bottom Line Takes A Hit

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Boeing Reveals Financial Damage From Grounding Of 737 Max Planes

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Manhattan District Attorney Robert Morgenthau at a news conference in 1993. The patrician lawman, who a former aide said spent four decades "making mischief for people who engaged in bad conduct," died Sunday. Marty Lederhandler/AP hide caption

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