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Adam Tooze on the CrisisDavid Runciman, Helen Thompson and Adam Tooze
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Adam Tooze on the Crisis

David Runciman, Helen Thompson and Adam Tooze

David and Helen talk to Adam Tooze in New York about the possible impact of coronavirus on the global financial and political system. How does this crisis compare to the financial crisis of 2008? What are the implications for the future of the Eurozone? And what have we learned already about the shift in power from the US to China? Plus we talk to Helen Thompson in London about how it intersects with the oil price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia. The first of a series of conversations about the biggest event of our times.

The day after this recording the ECB had a change of heart, so David caught up with Adam to discuss what this means:

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