Bank Bonuses Expect To Increase This Year Consulting firm Johnson Associates estimates that banker bonuses will likely rise as much as 15 percent this year. The increase won't be universal. Stock and bond traders may see a drop-off in pay in 2010, since they made so much in 2009.
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Bank Bonuses Expect To Increase This Year

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Bank Bonuses Expect To Increase This Year

Bank Bonuses Expect To Increase This Year

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Consulting firm Johnson Associates estimates that banker bonuses will likely rise as much as 15 percent this year. The increase won't be universal. Stock and bond traders may see a drop-off in pay in 2010, since they made so much in 2009.

STEVE INSKEEP, Host:

Money managers for the wealthy should expect a fat bonus envelope at the end of this year.

RENEE MONTAGNE, Host:

And that's the business news on MORNING EDITION, from NPR News.

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