The euro crisis has been in focus once more: not only did the eurogroup fail to reach an agreement over Greece – Moody’s also downgraded France, stoking fears that the second biggest eurozone economy could be the next bailout candidate. What would that mean for the stability of the monetary union? We’ll put the question to Brenda Kelly from IG in London.
Also in the programme: some hope for the eurozone comes from China since the country’s economy has gathered pace again. And Switzerland sees a giant merger on the mining sector.