US dollar could further strengthen against Euro

For the first time in two decades, one Euro has slid to match the price of one US dollar. It's a sign of how Europe and America are diverging on policy in the face of difficult global trade conditions. But analysts say parity isn't necessarily good news for US companies. Joe Saluzzi from Themis Trading in New Jersey explains what it could mean for markets at home and abroad.

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Dr Marek Kubik from battery firm Fluence tells us why it's time Europe invested in energy storage. We speak to the Belgian schoolchildren who've designed a product to tackle the stigma around periods.

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