Mexico's own recovery from a currency crisis has enabled it to play host to this year's G20 summit. What lessons can eurozone countries draw from that?
Currency markets reversed some of the gains of the yen after the G-7 announced that they would intervene to reduce the value of the yen. The Japanese currency lost nearly two yen against the dollar on currency markets.
Oil prices have dropped, and currencies in Japan, China, and Singapore will be affected.
As the world starts to focus on its debt crisis, Greece's financial woes may presage problems to come in Europe and the United States – with implications for your bank account and stock portfolio.
The US recession and the swine flu outbreak have delivered a one-two punch to Mexico's sources of revenue, threatening gains against poverty made in the past two decades.
European travel warnings and canceled trips likely to hit Mexico's $13 billion a year industry.
Skyrocketing fuel costs may lure manufacturing firms back to Mexico.
Markets there produce healthy returns, but some analysts expect a correction.