UK lending, Deutsche, Sir Fred Goodwin

In this week’s podcast: UK banks are under fire again from the government over the amount of lending they are doing; Deutsche Bank has its AGM on Thursday amid growing speculation that Jo Ackermann is about to signal his retirement as chief executive; plus, former RBS chief Sir Fred Goodwin finds himself at the centre of the furore over super injunctions. Presented by Patrick Jenkins with Brooke Masters and Sharlene Goff in London, James Wilson in Frankfurt and Helen Thomas in New York with Stateside. Produced by LJ Filotrani

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