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UBS CEO Sergio Ermotti.

Swiss bank UBS is freezing investment bankers’ salaries, Bloomberg reports.

Salaries will remain frozen at least until the next quarter, at which point the firm will “revisit” the compensation structure, according to the report. 

The plan will apply to the more than 5,000 people in the securities unit, including those who have been promoted, Bloomberg reports.

Earlier this month, UBS announced plans to move about 2,500 jobs to low-cost locations such as Poland, India, China, and Tennessee, over the next year.

Credit Suisse last week said it would cut bonuses by 11% across the board, and 36% in the global markets division after reporting its first annual loss since the financial crisis.

And over at Deutsche Bank, things are looking equally rough. That firm reported a $7 billion loss for the year. Its stock has plummeted and on Tuesday CEO John Cryan released a statement reassuring employees that things are “absolutely rock solid." 

Credit Suisse CEO Thiam has previously said that investment banks’ pay model "does not work” because of the cyclical nature of that industry.

Last October, Deutsche Bank CEO John Cryan pointed to the “significant challenges” of his firm’s “inflexible compensation culture.” Also in October, Barclays chairman John McFarlane spoke at the annual conference of the British Bankers’ Association in October and argued that bankers earned too much.

Business Insider has reached out to UBS for comment and will update if we hear back.

Read the full story over at Bloomberg.

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Fund managers ditch 2015 winners and move toward safety

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By David Randall

NEW YORK, Feb 8 (Reuters) - Fund managers who relied on the so-called FANG stocks - Facebook, Amazon.com, Netflix, and Google - to boost their performance numbers in 2015 are cutting ties as the global economy looks weaker than many expected, leaving last year’s outperformers in the midst of a deep selloff.

The group of stocks that could do no wrong last year now seems like it can do little right. Amazon.com Inc is down 28.7 percent for the year, Netflix has slumped 27.6 percent, and Google parent Alphabet Inc has dropped 11.4 percent over the same time.

Only Facebook Inc entered this week with a flat performance for the year before sliding 5.2 percent in midday trading Monday, or about half the 10.2 percent the benchmark Standard & Poor’s 500 index has fallen since the start of January.

Fund managers say that last year’s outsized gains among FANG stocks - Facebook, for instance, jumped 37 percent, while Netflix soared 144 percent - make them the first choice to sell now. The U.S. stock market is down 12.6 percent over the last three months and investors are questioning whether stocks could fall the 20 percent that signals a bear market.

“We’re moving away from growth because the economy is decelerating and investors are starting to play defense,” said Phil Orlando, senior portfolio manager at Federated Investors in New York.

Orlando said he began selling FANG stocks in early January during the selloff that marked the first weeks of the year and has been moving into defensive healthcare stocks like Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson that pay high dividends.

With so many investors sitting on large profits, the FANG group is the easiest to sell because it is an easy way to lock-in gains while also shifting a portfolio from expensive, growth-oriented stocks, Orlando said. Netflix, for instance, trades at a trailing price-to-earnings ratio of 294.8, while Amazon.com trades at a P/E ratio of 404.9, both more than 17 times the valuation of the S&P 500 index as a whole.

Bill Nygren, portfolio manager of the Oakmark fund, said that he sold all of his position in Amazon in late 2015 because it had doubled in price while the retailers it competes with had fallen sharply, suggesting it was fully valued. He used the proceeds to move into financial and industrial companies instead.

SAFETY OVER GROWTH

The move away from FANG stocks is just one sign that more fund managers are now starting to favor reliable, steady earning companies over the less profitable but higher-growth companies they gravitated to during the earlier stages of the bull market.

Utility Consolidated Edison, toy maker Hasbro and pest control company Rollins Inc have each seen more fund managers adding shares this quarter, and as a result have each gained 3 percent or more year to date.

Utilities, meanwhile, which are attractive to investors mainly for their dividends rather than the prospects of share price appreciation, are up almost 13 percent since mid-December, partly on the prospects that a weaker U.S. economy could slow the Federal Reserve’s plans to raise interest rates.

Still unclear is whether the move-to-safety is in itself a sign that the stock market will improve rather than continue to spill blood. The S&P 500 has gained an average of 18.5 percent in the six months after surges in defensive stocks such as telecoms and utilities, and 28.2 percent in the 12 months following the defensive jump, said Gina Martins Adams, equity strategist at Wells Fargo. Consumer discretionary and technology stocks are the most likely to outperform the broad market in the six months ahead, she said.

Eric Schoenstein, co-portfolio manager of the Jensen Quality Growth fund, said that defensive stocks will likely continue to outperform as investors prepare for the first prolonged downmarket since 2009. His fund only invests in companies that have been able to post a 15-percent return on equity every year for the last 10 years, and has its largest positions in PepsiCo Inc, Microsoft Corp and surgical tool company Becton Dickinson and Co.

“We’ve had six years that have unfolded almost entirely as a bull market and people have been taught to pursue momentum,” he said. “We are looking for companies that are able to weather the storms.” (Reporting by David Randall; editing by Linda Stern and Nick Zieminski)

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Events seem significantly related but have no discernible casual connection. Maybe the events in our lives were set in motion long time ago. There is old Buddhist saying that, when you meet your soulmate, remember that the act bring you together was 500 years in the making. So always appreciate and be kind to each other. There is corollary for friends. When you meet your true friend, you will be bound together through space and time for 500 hundreds year. 

Journée en dents de scie pour les Canadiens

Sept des 12 patineurs canadiens en action vendredi à la Coupe du monde de patinage de vitesse sur courte piste à Dresde ont réussi à se qualifier pour les épreuves éliminatoires du week-end.

C'est le cas de François Hamelin, de son frère Charles, de Sasha-Alexander Fathoullin, de Marianne St-Gelais, de Valérie Maltais, de Kasandra Bradette et de Namasthée Harris-Gauthier.

François, le cadet des Hamelin, participera aux demi-finales des deux 1500 m au programme, le premier samedi, le second dimanche.

Charles, lui, a décroché son billet pour les quarts de finale de 1000 m samedi et du 500 m dimanche. Au 1000 m, il a été imité par Fathoullin et par Charle Cournoyer. Ce dernier devra cependant passer par le repêchage au 500 m à la suite de sa 3e place dans sa vague. Même chose pour Samuel Girard.

Par contre, Girard sera des demi-finales du 1er 1500 m, tandis que Fathoullin prendra part à celles du second.

En revanche, William Preudhomme fera un détour par le repêchage pour le premier 1500 m. Le Torontois n'a pas pris le départ du second.

En fin de journée, Charles Hamelin, Girard, Cournoyer et Fathoullin ont uni leurs efforts pour permettre aux Canadiens de se tailler une place pour les demi-finales du relais.

Chez les femmes, St-Gelais a dominé ses vagues, tant au 1000 qu'au 500 m. Maltais, qui a aussi conclu en tête de son groupe au 1000 m, la rejoindra en quarts de finale. Au 500 m, le Canada présentera une formation complète en quarts de finale avec en plus Bradette et d'Audrey Phaneuf.

Bradette et Maltais ont également décroché leur billet pour les demi-finales du 1500 m. La première pour celui de samedi, la seconde dimanche. Harris-Gauthier, elle, prendra part aux deux demi-finales du 1500 m.

Phaneuf est attendu au repêchage pour le premier 1500 m, épreuve supplémentaire par laquelle devra passer Jamie MacDonald pour le deuxième 1500 m et le 1000 m.

Au relais, Maltais, St-Gelais, Phaneuf et Harris-Gauthier ont atteint les demi-finales.

Autres médailles d'or pour Hamelin et St-Gelais

Déjà médaillés d'or sur 1000 m, les Québécois Marianne St-Gelais et Charles Hamelin ont empoché deux autres triomphes, dimanche, sur 500 m à la Coupe du monde de Dresde en Allemagne.

Comme c'est devenu son habitude cette saison, St-Gelais a bondi tel un fauve pour creuser un large écart que la Britannique Elise Christie n'a jamais pu combler.

Au fil d'arrivée, St-Gelais avait franchi la distance en 43,080 secondes soit l'équivalent d'une vitesse de pointe (dans les virages) de 46,6 km/h. La Néerlandaise Lara van Ruijven a récolté la médaille de bronze.

En finale du 1500 m, Valérie Maltais a été éliminée à la suite d'une disqualification pour obstruction. La Corée du Sud y a donc signé un triplé grâce à Minjeong Choi, Do Hee Noh et Alang Kim.

Les Italiennes ont causé une certaine surprise en remportant le relais 3000 m devant la Hongrie et le Japon. Les Canadiennes n'étaient pas qualifiées pour la finale. St-Gelais, Maltais, Kasandra Bradette et Jamie MacDonald ont été disqualifiées en demi-finale.

Chez les hommes, Charles Hamelin a récolté l'or devant les Russes Semen Elistratov et Dmitry Migunov. Un autre Québécois, Samuel Girard, a conclu à seulement 109 millièmes de secondes de la médaille de bronze.

Le relais masculin de 5000 m a mis la main sur la médaille d'argent. Girard, Hamelin, Charle Cournoyer et Alexander Fathoullin ont été devancés de 265 millièmes par le quatuor russe. Les États-Unis ont complété le podium.

Sur 1500 m, Namasthée Harris-Gauthier a de nouveau fini au pied du podium. François Hamelin a remporté la petite finale avec un temps de 2 min 21 s 86/1000.

Autres résulats canadiens :

Audrey Phaneuf : 7e au 500 m François Hamelin : 8e au 1500 m Kasandra Bradette : 11e au 500 m Charle Cournoyer : 14e au 500 m

Mobilisation pour sauver l'église de Pierreville

Une trentaine de citoyens de Pierreville se sont rassemblés dimanche pour manifester leur opposition à la démolition de l'église Saint-Thomas, au coeur de la municipalité.

La municipalité de Pierreville souhaite raser l'église pour permettre à une coopérative de santé et une pharmacie, déjà existantes, de déménager sur le site.

Les opposants au projet dénoncent cette destruction du patrimoine religieux.

L'église Saint-Thomas a été désacralisée en octobre. Selon le maire de Pierreville, elle nécessite des travaux de restauration estimés à 500 000 $. Un coût trop élevé, dit André Descoteaux, pour les quelque 2200 habitants.

Le maire de Pierreville dit que la réfection de l'église couterait ½ million$ à ses 2200 habitants dont 90% veulent la démolition #rcma - Amélie Desmarais (@AmelieDesmarais) 7 Février 2016

Au conseil municipal, un seul élu, sur les 7, a signifié son opposition au projet en votant contre une entente conclu le 7 janvier entre la municipalité de Pierreville et la Coopérative de solidarité et de santé Shooner-Jauvin.

En vertu de cette entente, la Coopérative de solidarité et de santé Shooner-Jauvin achèterait le terrain et l'église pour 1 $. Elle prendrait en charge la démolition de l'église et construirait un nouveau bâtiment sur le site. Elle y déménagerait ses installations, tout comme la pharmacie.

La municipalité de Pierreville, elle, offrirait à la coop un coup de pouce financier de 300 000 $.

Pour être effective, cette entente doit d'abord recevoir l'aval du ministère des Affaires municipales et de l'Occupation du territoire.

La municipalité et la coop espèrent pouvoir procéder à la démolition de l'église au mois de mars.

L'avenir de l'église Saint-Thomas suscite des débats depuis plusieurs années.

En 2012, une autre manifestation avait eu lieu pour dénoncer l'abandon d'un projet de reconversion de l'église en complexe communautaire.

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La introducción de nuevas especies en los ecosistemas puede generar efectos en cascada sobre las especies silvestres, siendo este problema potencialmente grave cuando las especies afectadas están amenazadas y en situaciones de estrés como las existentes en ecosistemas desérticos. En ellos, los burros asilvestrados pueden llegar a ser un problema para los herbívoros silvestres, ya que son capaces de establecer poblaciones grandes y consumir cantidades nada despreciables de forraje.

Esta posibilidad, junto con las bajas densidades de guanacos y vicuñas existentes en el desierto interior de Tarapacá, motivaron el desarrollo de un estudio del Grupo de Investigación en Ecología y Gestión de Ecosistemas Terrestres del departamento de Ecología de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (España) en colaboración de investigadores de la Universidad de Chile centrado en el muestreo y descripción del hábitat utilizado por los ungulados entre los 2.500 y los 5.000 metros de altitud.

El trabajo de campo se realizó desde un vehículo a lo largo de unos 1.250 km de pistas y tanto en la estación seca como en la de lluvias del altiplano, encontrándose una densidad de burros nada despreciable para una zona tan árida (0,13 burros/km recorrido). De hecho, aunque la densidad de vicuñas triplica a la de burros, el cálculo de la demanda alimenticia de los burros muestra que éstos deben ingerir más de vez y media el volumen de materia vegetal consumido por aquellas.

Por otra parte, los guanacos son mucho menos abundantes, y su ingesta debe representar apenas el 5% frente a la de los burros. Esta demanda nutricional, junto con la coincidencia del burro y la vicuña en el rango altitudinal 3.700-4.400m y con el guanaco en el 3.000-4.300m indican el potencial de competencia que existe entre la especie introducida y las autóctonas.

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El análisis de selección de hábitat muestra que burros, vicuñas y guanacos se segregan en su uso de los ecosistemas del Desierto de Atacama, pese a coincidir a lo largo de un amplio rango altitudinal. (Foto: UAM Gazette)

El análisis de selección de hábitat local mostró que las tres especies se segregan significativamente a escala de paisaje.  “El burro se alimenta principalmente en zonas de ladera y busca lugares con gran cobertura de arbustos altos, mientras que guanacos y vicuñas prefieren sitios con plantas herbáceas. Entre estas dos especies, los guanacos aparecen mayoritariamente en lugares altos con gran visibilidad, y las vicuñas seleccionan zonas muy llanas con baja cobertura de vegetación, ya sean pajonales o “bofedales” (prados húmedos en torno a surgencias de agua,  lagunas y arroyos del altiplano)”, explican los investigadores.

Además, se comprobó que ninguno de los camélidos silvestres altera su selección de hábitat en áreas en que está presente el burro, y en el caso de la vicuña se constató que la tasa reproductiva no disminuye por dicha presencia (del guanaco no se obtuvieron datos suficientes para testar esta hipótesis).

Con esta información, se concluye que el efecto actual de las poblaciones asilvestradas de burro sobre guanacos y vicuñas de esa zona de desierto debe ser pequeño, no siendo recomendable iniciar el control de las poblaciones de burro si no se detectan otros efectos negativos sobre aquellos. (Fuente: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)

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Former principal accused of changing Grade 12 final grades

A disciplinary hearing is being held this morning for a former principal from Wolseley, Sask., who is being accused of changing the final grades of at least three students. 

Kimberley Sautner was the principal of the high school in Wolseley from 2008 to 2014. 

- Live blog: CBC News reports from the disciplinary hearing

On Monday, a Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation hearing was told that Sautner offered another teacher at her school $500 to change her daughters’ final grade in Grade 12 English, according to the Star Phoenix.  

Sautner is accused of changing the finals grades of six final grades, including her daughters’. 

CBC will have more updates after the hearing. 

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