Anxiety about banks, Citigroup accountability and QE assessed

Martin Arnold and guests discuss why the banking sector has been gripped by investor anxiety and Citigroup's attempt to exempt its top London executives from new accountability rules in the UK. Ben McLannahan talks to Johannes Stroebel of the NYU Stern school of business about why quantitative easing and negative interest rates are ineffective at boosting lending.

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