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In the meantime, Reuters reports that Deutsche Bank is cutting several senior jobs in its investment banking business in Dubai, including directors, as it cuts costs to adapt to a tougher investment banking environment globally, three banking sources said.
And Bloomberg reports that Occupy Wall Street, the protest movement that sparked a global revolt against economic inequality, plans to celebrate its one-year anniversary today with a 'roving carnival of resistance'.
The schedule includes “nonviolent civil disobedience”beginning near the New York Stock Exchange at 7 a.m. local time, a rally at Bowling Green and marches around the city’s downtown as night falls, according to planning materials. Events are planned in at least 15 other cities, including Asheville, North Carolina, and Hilo, Hawaii.
Finally, The Daily Telegraph reports that US Open champion Andy Murray won't get a bonus from RBS.
Murray is signed up until the end of 2013, but the newspaper understands that, under the terms of the contract Murray signed last year,he will no longer receive any 'win bonuses'.
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