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What's Happening

Here’s what’s been happening on Wall Street overnight

We asked a top private-equity recruiter what it takes to get a senior-level job these days

Morgan Stanley beats on earnings despite big hit to trading revenue

A 'single client' is blowing a hole through Wall Street bank earnings

Bank of America beats earnings expectations

CEO of $US6.3 trillion fund BlackRock warns companies they must 'serve a social purpose'

Goldman Sachs' vaunted commodities-trading team got butchered in 2017

Citi posts strong earnings, despite taking $22 billion hit from tax reform

JPMorgan lost $273 million on a single client in the fourth quarter

JPMorgan beats earnings expectations after accounting for $2.4 billion hit from tax reform

Morgan Stanley just announced its 2018 managing director promotions

Carlyle Group just promoted its latest crop of private equity all-stars --  here are all the new partners and managing directors

2018 has all the makings of a monster year for dealmakers

It's bonus season on Wall Street -- here's when each of the big banks is announcing how much people will get paid

A top Wall Street recruiting firm just published its hiring outlook for debt traders following a disastrous year in 2017 -- and it's not all bad

People thought millennials hated credit cards -- then JPMorgan cracked the code with the Chase Sapphire Reserve

Steve Cohen's new hedge fund will reportedly have an army of investigators to snoop on traders' chats and calls

A college student with a life-threatening illness used Make-A-Wish to meet JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon

Wall Street banks are booking big losses because of Trump's new tax rules -- and they can be traced all the way back to the financial crisis

Bank of America joins the tax-plan after party with $145 million in bonuses to employees