Europe's capital markets union, Lloyds selloff and capitalised bank subsidiaries in India and the UK

Martin Arnold and guests discuss the European Commission plan to create a capital markets Union to make it easier for businesses to access financial markets, why some countries, including the UK and India, are pushing foreign banks to set up separately capitalised subsidiaries, and the UK government's plan to sell the last chunk of its shares in Lloyds.

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