The troubled European banking sector moved to the center of attention of the debt crisis this past week, as the French-Belgian Dexia group is on the brink of collapse. The bank has too many toxic assets from Greece on its balance sheet.
That raised, once again, the controversial question of possible capital injections for banks. Host Stefan Grobe discusses that with Angus Campbell, Head of Sales at the London Capital Group.
Other stories are the impact of Steve Jobs’s death on the IT industry, especially Apple’s rivals, and closer cooperation between the European Union and oil and gas-rich Kazakhstan.