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Top investment banks cull analysts

Investment banks have slashed the number of research analysts by 10 per cent since 2012 due to increased regulation and plummeting profits. Economists and stock pickers are among those who have been culled with the number of analysts working at the world's 12 largest investment banks dropping to 5,981 last year, according to figures from [...]

Investment banks have slashed the number of research analysts by 10 per cent since 2012 due to increased regulation and plummeting profits.

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