Ten Years, a bleak film about the future of Hong Kong, which has just won a prestigious industry award, has caused a stir for highlighting some of the political tensions between Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland. Josh Noble talks to FT Hong Kong reporter Gloria Cheung about the film.
Claer Barrett and guests discuss growth prospects for investment banks, notably Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse, and the drip drip of PPI reclaims in the UK. In the US, Alistair Gray talks to Larry Jacobs of Minesota university about his critique of how the Federal Reserve governs the American economy.
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