Tuesday's Headlines: Wall Street Worries About UK Bonus Limits

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Wall Street firms are miffed at potential bonus limits imposed by the U.K.'s chief regulator. [Bloomberg]

The rebound in mergers and acquisitions is expected to strengthen next year,with global deal activity rising an estimated 36 percent, to $3.04 trillion. [Dealbook

Broker dealer BTIG continues to expand in high yield and distressed debt. [Businesswire]

M&A activity in Canada could surge due to deal flow in renewable energy.

[Canada Newswire]

Broker compensation, especially upfront bonuses, is under scrutiny from the SEC.

[On Wall Street]

MBA hiring is up five percent this year after enduring a rocky 2009.

[Las Vegas Business Journal]