Was There Wrongdoing Done in the Financial Crisis?

March 20 -- Former Citigroup Chief Underwriter for Consumer Lending Richard Bowen discusses Wall Street whistle blowing and the financial crisis. He speaks on “Market Makers.”

Would a Looser Fiscal Stance be 'Toxic' for Merkel?
35:04 - European Central Bank president Mario Draghi is leaving it largely to a raft of economic data to fine-tune policy expectations ahead of the Governing Council’s next meeting on Sept. 8. Reports covering inflation to business confidence and unemployment in the coming days may signal whether more stimulus is needed to sustain the recovery and revive price growth amid potential fallout from Britain’s vote to leave the European Union. Teneo Intelligence Senior Vice President Carsten Nickel discusses with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards on "Countdown."
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