Barack Obama has won a second term in the White House as the US economy appears in better shape than it was four years ago, but he now faces different challenges. What do four more years mean for the US economy and the American people?
President Obama quickly unveiled some key means of rejuvenating the country’s economy. We’ll discuss his plans with Mark Priest from ETX Capital.
Also in the programme: an Australian court has ruled S&P misled investors and the German economy slows down as we approach the end of the year
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