They say every top central banker faces a "test," and this may be it for Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
For months, Latin America's inflation has been surprisingly steady given the steep drop of their currencies. Weak growth helped curb prices - but that may be about to change.
Expectations may have been pushed to later this year for when the U.S. Federal Reserve will hike interest rates, but a repeat of another steep sell-off in emerging market stocks appears unlikely as much has already been priced in - and because of the stronger dollar.
As China marks the third anniversary of the first ever bond sale by a foreign company denominated in renminbi, questions are rife on what lies next for the offshore yuan market.