Bank of America will “scale back its structured products unit, stop offering collateralized debt obligations and sell the prime brokerage that caters to hedge funds, eliminating 650 jobs.”

This is on top of the 3,000 jobs they’ve already cut in October, when CEO Kenneth Lewis told the world he’d had “all the fun I can stand in investment banking.”

The party is officially over, boys and girls. [Bloomberg]

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