Equity derivatives earning was up 24% and prime services rose 23%
Equity derivatives and prime services rose
a quarter in the first-half of 2015, driving investment banks
to a small increase in revenue, according to a new report.
The top ten investment banks saw revenue
rise 2% to $83.8 billion, comprising an 18% jump in equity
earnings and a 4% deficit from fixed income, currency and
commodities (FICC), and a 3% loss from investment banking, said
research company Coalition.
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