We talk with our studio guest Holger Schmieding about Germany's economy 25 years after reunification. Schmieding is the Chief Economist at Berenberg Bank.
The EU has unveiled plans for the financial sector that could result in a huge slice of London's banking business leaving after Brexit. It would be a severe blow to London's role as a financial hub.
The ECB's announcement to cut interest rates and increase its already large bond-buying program has drawn a mixed response globally. Some are worried the latest move will once again fail to achieve the desired effect.
Analysts warn that fear following the horrendous terrorist attacks may dampen the economic mood around the world. But, they say, the damage done to both France's and the global economy will be minimal and short-lived.
The huge success of Germany's populist right-of-center AfD may have shocked the political establishment in the country. But economists say the party's advance in state elections poses no threat to foreign investment.
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