The Covid-19 pandemic has created a great inflation divide between the developed world and emerging markets.
The coronavirus pandemic and the oil-price war are already having big impacts on cost of living around the world.
With one measure of China's inflation at an eight-year high and another in deflationary territory, you may be struggling to make sense of the country's cost of living. But help is at hand!
Inflation really matters. Big, sudden price rises cause problems for locals and expats alike. In some cases, it can even spark a revolution.
Minimal fallout for cost of living expected after drone attacks on Saudi oil installations.
Turkmenistan remains the most expensive country in the world for expats but inflation is finally slowing.
Iran's CPI tops 50%, but there could be some signs of hope for the Argentinian economy.
Outside pressures force Argentina to adopt conflicting policies in the fight against inflation.
What Brexit means, for the world and global mobility alike, should become clearer next week.
The latest devaluation of what is now an almost worthless currency is unlikely to solve Venezuela's growing crisis.