The Senate is expected to vote this evening on a revised version of the bailout bill. [NYT, WSJ, Bloomberg]
Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson has spent the past day and a half working over lawmakers and lobbyists, trying to change minds. [Bloomberg]
President Bush has signed into law a low-interest loan package for American automakers. [WSJ]
UBS plans to cut 1,900 investment banking jobs. [Bloomberg]
Wells Fargo chair Richard Kovacevich says "he feels like a kid in a candy store." At least someone is feeling good. [DB]

The financial crisis that started in the U.S. now appears to have spread abroad. [NYT]
Former AIG CEO Hank Greenberg has asked for a chance to bid on any assets that the insurance giant plans to sell. [WSJ]
Sovereign Bancorp, the largest remaining U.S. savings and loan, has a new CEO. [Reuters]
Hedge funds are doing what they can to keep investors happy. They're even lowering fees. [WSJ]
The mood isn't too cheery in finance-heavy Greenwich, not surprisingly. [NYP]
"Fear, uncertainty and gloom" dominate the commercial real estate market in NYC, although some plan to take advantage of the bargains. [NYT]