The bank saw revenue jump a fifth to $7bn as Ficc earnings hit $3.9bn
JP Morgan remained the
top performing investment bank in the first quarter of the year
after earnings jumped almost a fifth year-on-year to $7bn,
according to research firm Coalition.
The US bank topped the
revenue tables for the fourth successive year, while
rival Goldman Sachs stayed in second place, with Deutsche,
Citigroup and Bank of America Merrill Lynch sharing third
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