The US Federal Housing Finance Agency hits banks with lawsuits over the selling of mortgage bonds in the run-up to the credit crisis; the sale of shares in UK banks - Lloyds and RBS - looks to be on hold; and, with just a week to go before publication of Sir John Vickers’ report on banking reform - we ask, what should we expect? Presented by Patrick Jenkins with Megan Murphy and Sharlene Goff. Produced by LJ Filotrani

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