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Bankers at Davos humbler as austerity hits

Leaders of the world’s biggest banks touted the virtues of austerity at the World Economic Forum in Davos - for themselves, not just for over-indebted governments.

27th January, 2012
The World Economic Forum

Leaders of the world’s biggest banks touted the virtues of austerity at the World Economic Forum in Davos - for themselves, not just for over-indebted governments.

Many arrived in the Swiss Alps following a year marked by weak revenue, declining stock prices and cuts in jobs and compensation. The finance and banking industries remain the “least trusted” for the second consecutive year, according to a 20-country survey released earlier this week by public...

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