The News: Hinting at Better Things

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Two little bits of not-bad news today:

Some Central Bankers See Turning Point [WSJ]

Some central bankers say a turning point "could be near as massive fiscal-stimulus packages, low interest rates and cheaper energy prices bolster prospects for growth."

Light at the end of the tunnel? [The Deal]

Meanwhile, two studies hint at signs of life in the middle market.


Hiring plans, or firing plans? [MarketWatch]

A net 2 percent of financial companies plan to hire next quarter, says Manpower.

A Quick Look at the Bear Exodus a Year After J.P. Morgan Deal [WSJ]

Smith Barney losing nearly 80 reps a week [InvestmentNews]

Selling them on your vision [NY Daily News]

Raising money for your new company requires a solid pitch.

Calling All Student Entrepreneurs: Highland Capital Wants You [TechCrunch]

No Bonuses for Most at UniCredit [WSJ]


UBS Internal Asian Memo: Management Appointments [Deal Journal]

Moelis & Company Announces Mark Hootnick has Joined as a Managing Director [Moelis via BW]

Credit Suisse Executive Named Swiss Re Chairman [NY Times]

Deutsche M&A chief Manas leaves [The Deal]

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