The Central Bank of Surinam has promised flexible exchange rates following a big devaluation, but will it deliver?
Nigeria and South Sudan devalue their currencies, while the West African 'eco' takes steps towards becoming a reality.
The demise of the Myanmar kyat reflects the terrible setback the country has undergone following the military coup.
As President Erdogan continues to change his mind about policy, there seems to be no way of stopping the Turkish lira's rollercoaster ride.
Why Sudan's big devaluation might not mean even higher inflation, plus other currency news from around the world in our latest monthly review.
Sudan's central bank has devalued the official exchange rate by 85%.
During what was a surprisingly calm month for currencies, Cuba, Iran and Venezuela all bowed to the inevitable and took big steps towards major reforms.
The South African rand's surprising strength is a good sign for emerging-market currencies, but it may not last.
Another day, another devaluation! Iraq has joined the club, devaluing the dinar by 24%.
Having re-unified itself following a six-year split, Libya's central bank wastes no time in re-unifying exchange rates.