They are the central banks of the world's top two economies and they're moving in different directions.
The U.S. Federal Reserve is trying to exit the easy monetary policy game, aiming to raise its federal funds rate at some point, be it this year or next, for the first time in nearly a decade.
The People's Bank of China (PBoC), meanwhile, is slashing rates and lowering reserve requirement ratios to keep Chinese markets moving and the economy growing at a rapid pace.
On Tuesday, a PBoC researcher attributed recent global market volatility to expectations the Fed would raise rates in September. But a number of analysts posit the PBoC is responsible for the stock market upheaval because of its devaluation of the yuan earlier this month.
So, we want to hear from you. In the knock-down, drag-out grudge match for the greatest market influence, which central bank comes out on top?