The US government is suing Standard & Poor’s accusing the agency of knowingly inflating its ratings of risky mortgage-related investments, of the kind that helped to trigger the financial crisis.
The British government says it has learned lessons from the crisis with the finance minister proposing banking reforms.
At the same time France’s president is pushing for more control of exchange rates for the euro.
In the programme we report on those issues and discuss them with Jonathan Ferro of Bloomberg.
- 1French fuel strike: frustration at the pumps and an investment warning
- 2IMF urges France to speed up reforms to create jobs and cut debt
- 3Moody’s downgrades Deutsche Bank’s credit rating
- 4Why so much Greek anger over tax and pension reforms
- 5Google Paris HQ raided by French investigators over tax payments
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