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The dovish Fed and Wolff on iPhone encryption

Aircraft maker, Boeing slashes 4,000 jobs in a bid to stay competitive. And the FTC serves Volkswagen a lawsuit over deceptive diesel claims. Ameera David reports. Max Wolff, chief economist at Manhattan Venture Partners, tells Ameera how Apple, after avoiding a big court battle with the US government, has new challenges to grapple with.

After the break, RT Correspondent Manuel Rapalo talks to Ameera about the demographic challenges facing many countries now and in the future. Then Edward sits down to discuss the effectiveness of monetary policy with James Galbraith, Chair in Government and Business Relations at the University of Texas-Austin. And in The Big Deal, Ameera and Edward debate how monetary policy may be to blame for the US dollar’s worst month in six years.

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