In this month's infographic we look at what is left in central banks' arsenals to tackle any future economic downturn.
Christine Lagarde will succeed Mario Draghi as president of the European Central Bank, it has been revealed. We discuss what this might mean for markets and the economy.
Although the US Federal Reserve kept rates unchanged this month, the direction of travel is towards easier policy. Whether this will be enough to restore corporate confidence and spending may depend as much on the president as the Fed.
Both the Bank of Japan and Bank of Canada left interest rates on hold, as expected, while tweaks to guidance imply a more accommodative stance.
Pablo Riveroll discusses the risks and rewards in Latin American equities, and explains their attractiveness compared to other regions.
Snapshot: Leading indicators suggest further weakness to come, but European risk assets are already priced for recession.