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Results based on: Currency movements

Latin American currencies fell heavily in June, but the Nigerian naira plunged even further.

Iran's big devaluation should have little impact on expatriate cost of living, but Bangladesh's smaller one will be more noticeable.

Asian currencies continue their slump, while Africa provides extreme volatility amid a global 'deep freeze'.

Zimbabwe launches ZiG: meet the new currency (same as the old currency!)

African currency reforms seem to be the real deal, but some are more sealed than others! Also, latest progress reports on digital currencies around the world.

Africa dominated exchange-rate news in February, providing both the world's weakest and strongest currencies, and just as we were going to press Egypt floated and devalued the pound. Read all about it in our monthly round-up.

Zimbabwe and Iran blow up an otherwise peaceful month for currencies.

Cost of Living indices are an invaluable tool for global mobility teams. However, when indices are updated to reflect changes in living costs between two locations, assignees may have questions about the updates.

Argentina follows Nigeria's unwise lead, with a devaluation likely to inflict pain for little gain.

Argentina's new government has wasted no time in reforming the currency.