Barclays Accused of Not Protecting Investors

Shares in British bank Barclays have fallen sharply after the New York attorney general filed a fraud lawsuit against the bank related to what it told investors about its 'dark pools' of high frequency trading. We ask how serious it is for Barclays. Also the Bank of England Governor Mark Carney announces a cap on home loans to try and reign in booming house prices. Finally, we hear from Japan's Shiraishi island, where most of the young people are leaving for more economic opportunity in the cities. (Image: Getty)

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