Here's a look at what's news in banking and finance after the holiday weekend:
- New details of the Federal Reserve's 2008 bailout of big banks shows that the banks took more money than anyone knew, Bloomberg reports. Bank of America was the second-biggest borrower from the Fed, and Wells Fargo fourth, Bloomberg's data shows.
- A new study shows that Wall Street workers could see a 30 percent decline in their yearly pay, the Wall Street Journal says.
- The New York Times has the tale of how the "Occupy" movement was branded.
- After a particularly dismal week, stocks are set to jump sharply this morning, Reuters reports.