In English, please.
The 12.31.2018 issue of your Wall Street breakfast newsletter contains the following: “. . . new export orders shrunk . . .” And someone’s ability to conjugate the verb “to shrink” failed. This kind of insult to literacy, the English language and its readers is becoming more frequent in your newsletter.
If you can’t afford a proofreader or a copy editor, give English a break and use an application like Grammarly to catch errors like the one quoted above. Decent English usage will do wonders for your credibility — and possibly your bottom line as well.