Standard Chartered has said it will shut its equities business and axe jobs in a continued effort to cut costs and boost profits.
The Asia-focused lender said the move would help it save some $100m (£66.2m) in 2016, the BBC reports. It also said it plans to shed another 2,000 positions in its retail banking division, on top of...
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