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France and Germany's political and economic relationship as a love story.
The European Central Bank as a corner bar.
NPR's Planet Money team employs relatable story-telling techniques to analyze complex financial issues. In this multimedia presentation, reporter Zoe Chace and producer Caitlin Kenney will put the European debt crisis in context and talk about their on-the-ground reporting of its financial, political and ethical implications.
Planet Money is a Peabody-award-winning team of National Public Radio reporters and producers that cover the global economy. Their multimedia reporting appears online, on NPR, and on This American Life. Carnegie New Leader Joseph Amann, who specializes in market risk at Morgan Stanley, will moderate this event.
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