530 billion: As the US-China trade war hit its stride last year, wealthy Chinese lost $530 billion, primarily through their exposure to the Chinese stock market.
12,000: Turkey has begun bringing home the children of foreign ISIS fighters, and has already reunited more than 200 children with their relatives. But more than 12,000 foreign women and children remain trapped in Syria and Iraq, and most of the countries they are from haven't been as willing as Turkey to welcome them back.
80: The IMF says there are now more $100 bills in circulation than $1 bills. Didn't notice, huh? That's because more than 80 percent of those C-notes are being held overseas, as are 60 percent of all US bills overall. While US politics might be topsy-turvy these days, the shot-callers of the world are still All About the Benjamins.
29: South Africa's unemployment rate rose to 29 percent in the second quarter of 2019, the highest figure in more than a decade. Rising joblessness underscores the challenges for President Cyril Ramaphosa, who led his African National Congress party to a slim victory in elections in May on the promise of economic reform and growth.