Coppola on Grexit and Brynjolfsson on Canada’s position in currency war

In January, the Bank of Canada slashed its benchmark rate to 0.75 percent, but some say the bank’s not to blame for the tumbling currency, rather the economy. Erin weighs in. Then, John Brynjolfsson, CIO of Armored Wolf, tells why North American oil frackers aren’t relenting on production and gives us his take on Canada, Australia and a number of northern European countries having larger household debt than the US or UK at the peak of the credit bubble. Frances Coppola, associate editor at Pieria, on the UK economy and housing market ahead of the May elections, and what a Grexit could mean for the rest of the periphery. And in The Big Deal, Erin is joined by Edward Harrison and Bianca Facchinei to discuss the future of computers and smartphones. Take a look!

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