Citigroup has reported its Q4 earnings. Net income came in at $1.2bn compared to $1.3bn in the same period in 2010.
Looks like there won't be much cash about this bonus season.
IFR Editor at Large Keith Mullin has an interesting article on Reuters concerning Nomura and its global aspirations.
It was in the early 1990s.
Here's a few links to some interesting Bloomberg, Guardian, New York Post and New York Times stories currently doing the rounds.
Ahead of the full-year results from Goldman Sachs on Wednesday it is worth taking a look at what the Wall Street firm paid its top flight staff in London in 2010.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has sold its aircraft leasing business in a deal worth around $7.3bn.
Nothing perhaps illustrates the difference between those firms near the top of the banker bonus pecking order, and those near the bottom, than this:
By Gemma Murray, solictor, Russell Jones & Walker
Women suing Goldman Sachs for alleged discrimination in pay and promotions shouldn’t be allowed to bring their case against the bank as a group, a judge recommended.
City analysts are betting that the euro could soon sink to the same value as the US dollar on foreign exchanges, after the European Central Bank’s quantitative easing programme kicked off.
Sad to report.