Three banks tied on earnings from fixed income, currency and commodities
JP Morgan remained the top earning investment bank in the
first half of 2014 with revenues of $11.5bn despite a 12%
revenue drop on last year.
JP Morgan was joint top in revenue from fixed income,
currencies and commodities (FICC), with rivals Goldman Sachs
and Deutsche Bank, as the three banks each brought in $5.9bn
from the business, according to research firm Coalition.
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