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RBS will announce investment-banking job cuts this week
Royal Bank of Scotland CEO Stephen Hester decided to move up an announcement about job cuts at the firm's investment-banking division to Thursday. Former RBS CEO Fred Goodwin led a decade of expansion, and Hester is reversing that trend.
Santander beats regulatory deadline with 9% capital ratio
The New York Times (tiered subscription model)/DealBook blog (09 Jan.)
Bank of America cuts staff at Asian investment-banking unit
CNBC/Reuters (09 Jan.)
Germany's sale of 6-month bills has negative yield
The Wall Street Journal (10 Jan.)
Hildebrand steps down as head of Swiss National Bank
Philipp Hildebrand, president of the Swiss National Bank, resigned in the wake of currency-trading controversy involving him and his wife. Hildebrand initially said he wouldn't leave the central bank but apparently changed his mind as pressure built. Vice Chairman Thomas Jordan will become interim president.
The Wall Street Journal
NY Fed's Dudley is chosen to chair central bank forum
Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley was tapped to serve a three-year term as chairman of the Committee on the Global Financial System. The committee, part of the Bank for International Settlements, is a forum of central bankers that examines and monitors financial-market issues.
The New York Times (tiered subscription model)/DealBook blog
Draghi might cut ECB's key rate to less than 1%, experts say
Bloomberg (09 Jan.)