This past week, markets had to digest the outcome of two elections that will reshape the political map of Europe. The French elected the first Socialist president in 17 years, and the pro-austerity parties in Greece lost their majority.
Suddenly, markets are haunted by the specter of the endgame of the euro debt crisis. Right or wrong? Host Stefan Grobe asks Jan Lambregts, Senior Strategist at Rabobank International in London.
Also on the menu: how carmaker Toyota managed to get back onto the fast lane and how Spanish bank Bankia managed to survive (for now).