Here's a look at the banking and finance headlines this morning:
- Bank of America Corp. CEO Brian Moynihan is expected to tell his board the bank is on the right track during a three-day strategy meeting this week, the Wall Street Journal reports.
- Questions arose about the future of Occupy Wall Street after a police raid evicted protesters from a Manhattan park, the New York Times writes.
- Stocks fell this morning as worries the European debt crisis poses dangers to the global economy intensified, Reuters reports.
- A fake Google+ account under Bank of America's brand name posted a series of mocking updates last week. The Huffington Post says it looks bad for BofA, but worse for Google.
- Job cuts at Bank of America continue: Bloomberg reports the lender cut part of its top-ranked Merrill Lynch & Co. equities division in Europe and reduced its sales and trading team in Dubai by 40 percent.
What do you think about this morning's news? Will Occupy Wall Street wither? Should Bank of America stay the course?