July 7th, 2016
Episode 563 of 648 episodes
With a power vacuum at the top of the UK government, the Bank of England governor Mark Carney has taken a lead on tackling the economic fallout of Britain's decision to leave the EU. Former BoE rate-setter David Blanchflower discusses the role of central bankers amid the Brexit crisis. Plus Rahul Tandon reports from India on the caste system, and how it's affecting young Indians trying to find jobs. And Jeremy Wagstaff from Reuters on the story of the Bangladesh bank heist, and who might be behind it. Presented by Manuela Saragosa. (Photo: Bank of England, Credit: Getty Images)
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