Analysis: Dwindling volume might mean less pay for traders

10/5/2010 | Reuters

Wall Street investment banks are seeing trading volume dwindle and might be forced to pay traders less as revenue declines, according to Reuters. JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs and other major banks have let some traders go, while the largest firms are expected to pay remaining employees reduced bonuses.

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