A wave of mergers is sweeping the global banking system, with banks around the world in desperate need of cash.
This week, the World Bank reported that a total of 8,500 banks are planning to merge.
These companies have been forced to merge to save money.
The number of banks merging is expected to continue growing as the merger process continues.
The Wall Street Journal reports that mergers are happening at a pace of five a day.
The process is taking place at the same time that banks are grappling with their financial problems.
The merger process has become so toxic that it has forced banks to take drastic measures to cut costs and cut staff.
While some banks are looking to reduce their workforce, the number of people who are leaving the business is growing.
In fact, as of January, nearly a third of all banks in the US have cut staff by 10 percent or more.
While this is happening, the banksters are still looking for ways to keep the money flowing.
The Federal Reserve has been forced by Congress to increase the money supply to prevent the banking system from going into an inflationary spiral.
However, it is still not enough.
If these mergers continue to grow, the banks will be forced to make drastic cuts in their workforces and staff levels.
As more banks are forced to lay off employees, the industry is going to have to go into a tailspin.
These banks need to find a way to make up the difference in salaries that will be lost.
One of the biggest culprits in this problem is the Federal Reserve.
If the money is not flowing to the banking sector, the financial system will become even more unstable.
The Fed has been making it clear that it is unwilling to cut interest rates too much and the bankster will not be able to survive.
While many banks are being forced to cut staff, they are not being able to do it quickly enough.
According to Bloomberg, nearly half of the banks have cut spending by 10% or more in the past two years.
These cuts will have a huge impact on the banks financial health and it will be a disaster for the banking industry.
The financial crisis has created a massive hole in the global economy that is taking a toll on the economy.
Banks are already feeling the pain.
With fewer and fewer customers, there are fewer and less customers willing to take their business to the banks.
The banks are now running into problems with a massive amount of people.
It will only get worse as the banks face increasing competition from new technologies.
These technologies will give banks a bigger edge over their competition.
The new technologies will allow the banks to provide better service at lower cost.
With this technology, it will become much easier for them to cut back on staff.
This will give them a huge advantage in the marketplace and will force the banks into the middle of a crisis.
These new technologies are being introduced every day.
These technology changes are going to force the banking giants to be much more aggressive in their efforts to cut their costs.
These innovations are already being rolled out on a daily basis.
There is no question that the financial sector is going through some tough times right now.
However the fact is that the banking industries are not going to be able do much about it.
Banks can only survive by cutting back on their costs and cutting staff.
If banks are able to cut employees, they will be able increase their profits.
If they are unable to cut down on costs, they could be forced into bankruptcy.
However it is clear that the banks are running into the same financial problems that all other industries are facing.
It is not going away.
The banking industry has been in the grips of a financial crisis since 2008.
With the crash of 2008, the banking companies were forced to borrow from their customers to help them pay back their debts.
This made it easy for the financial industry to borrow more and to invest more money in their business.
However with the 2008 crash, the entire financial system began to unravel.
There were massive losses in the financial markets and it was easy for bankers to borrow and invest their money in the hope that it would help the banks survive.
But when this failed, the government of India declared bankruptcy.
This was the worst financial crisis in the history of the world.
The government of the day, the Indian government, was desperate to get its debts under control.
This allowed the Indian banks to pay off their debt in a very short period of time.
In a few years, the bankers had enough money to repay their debts to their customers and to make their investments.
But with the financial crisis, the debts that the Indian Government was unable to pay back were too high for the banks and they had to borrow money to fund their operations.
This created a huge hole in their finances and it took years to get their debts under check.
As the financial crash of 2009 took hold, the governments debts grew faster than the banks