Business Line looks at President Donald Trump's efforts to reduce regulation of US financial services and how the Super Bowl became politicised.
Business Line looks at one of the most important of the executive orders signed by President Donald Trump in which he moved to scale back regulation of US financial services.
He has ordered a major review of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
We explain the origins of that legislation, which was a response to the 2008 financial crisis and intended to regulate and reform US financial organisations and stop them from making risky and irresponsible decisions.
We have reaction to Trump’s action from the president of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi.
ECB’s Draghi warns relaxing regulations could set stage for another financial crisis https://t.co/FyeIHrUigN
— Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) February 6, 2017
Also in the programme – how adverts broadcast during a major sporting event, the Super Bowl were part of the heated debate over the new president’s controversial immigration policies.