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JP Morgan Record Fine

55 minutes
First broadcast:
Wednesday 20 November 2013

US bank JP Morgan has agreed to a record $13bn settlement with US regulators for misleading investors during the housing crisis. We ask what this will mean for the corporation and where the money will end up.

Is it the 'finish' for a Finnish giant? Nokia's shareholders have just voted to sell their suddenly troubled company to Microsoft. Also, India's newest state owned bank is for women only. Could it signal a sea change in the way the country treats half of its population?

And the surviving members of Monty Python have announced they are getting together again on stage.

Plus, there is discussion with guests Will Tracy, editor of the satirical online magazine The Onion in Chicago, and Neena Gopal editor of the Deccan Chronicle in Bangalore.



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