Geraint Anderson hit the headlines as "Cityboy" during the financial crisis. He provided an insider’s account of life in London’s banking district, reporting on reckless trading and cocaine-fueled orgies - and how he departed in 2008.
On July 30, 2007, the first shockwaves of the nascent global financial crisis reached Germany. Germany's IKB bank for small and medium-sized companies, an institution only known to insiders, got into deep trouble.
US President Trump is turning the announcement of a new Federal Reserve head into a reality TV experience like his show The Apprentice. But is it just a distraction from other problems? Jens Korte reports from New York.
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