Here's a look at what's news in banking and finance this morning:
- The Dow was up triple digits in pre-market trading after European leaders and banks struck a deal for the banks to write off 50 percent of Greek government debt. The New York Times explains.
- Big banks are clashing with regulators over how they can spend their money, the Wall Street Journal says.
- A guest blogger for the Christian Science Monitor argues that President Obama should break up the big banks in a provocative post.
- As Occupy Wall Street protests continue, ProPublica has a handy look at the major players in the financial crisis and what's happened to them.
What do you think about the financial crisis players? Did anyone get off "too easy" in your opinion?