Here's what's happening in banking and finance news this morning:
- Fear persists in Europe, despite the potential for change in some troubled countries, the New York Times reports.
- Paul Volcker, who gave his name to a new regulation on bank trading, says the Volcker rule is too long and complicated, Reuters writes.
- The Wall Street Journal's personal finance blog poses a question: Should young investors borrow money to invest in the stock market?
- The Occupy Wall Street movement doesn't appear to be going away, Market Intelligence Center says. Should big banks worry?
- A financial planner explains in the New York Times how he lost his house during the mortgage crisis.