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Sudan floats the pound, Egypt devalues and the Japanese yen has its worst month for 16 years. All this and more in our monthly currency news round-up.

Sri Lanka's currency devaluation should help secure IMF support but will also push up inflation.

As Russia wrecks its own economic prospects, it is dragging allies and 'brotherly' nations down with it.

The longstanding cost-of-living partnership between inflation and exchange rates, whereby one offsets the other, appears to be breaking down amid the global price surge.

Lebanon devalues exchange rate for bank withdrawals, while Turkey fails to stop the lira's slide. All this and more in our monthly round-up of currency news.

Turkey is paying a heavy price to shore up the lira, whose value is being destroyed by the country's own president.

Not for the first time, President Erdogan sends Turkey's currency plunging to all-time lows.

Myanmar kyat plummets as the central bank abandons dollar peg and the shadow government declares war on military regime. This and more in our monthly currency round-up.

01 September 2021

The Zambian kwacha was the world's strongest currency for the second month in a row. This, plus updates from Lebanon and South Sudan in our monthly round-up of currency and exchange-rates news from around the world.

Significant gains for Zambia's currency alongside high inflation could mean big upward cost of living adjustments are needed for expatriate staff.