Saddled with too many bad debts, Italy’s banks have the potential to drag Europe into yet another crisis. The country’s prime minister, Matteo Renzi, may defy EU rules and bail them out. Also on the show: Stanley Pignal, our Mumbai-based correspondent, discusses the case of the missing account books at the now defunct Kingfisher airlines. And is cash worth the hassle? Edward McBride hosts.

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