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The Catholic Church is concerned about the world’s financial system
May 22, 2018

The Catholic Church is concerned about the world’s financial system

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(Markets Edition) The House is set to vote on a bill that would free dozens of small and mid-sized banks from regulations placed after the financial crisis. We'll dive into some of the rules that could go away. Afterwards, we'll discuss the Supreme Court's latest workplace ruling: employees who agreed to settle disputes with their boss through individual arbitration can't later join big class-action lawsuits. Plus: A look at what the Pope has to say about financial markets and its participants. (05/22/2018)

 

 


(Markets Edition) The House is set to vote on a bill that would free dozens of small and mid-sized banks from regulations placed after the financial crisis. We’ll dive into some of the rules that could go away. Afterwards, we’ll discuss the Supreme Court’s latest workplace ruling: employees who agreed to settle disputes with their boss through individual arbitration can’t later join big class-action lawsuits. Plus: A look at what the Pope has to say about financial markets and its participants. (05/22/2018)

 

 

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC