US bank topped the revenue tables for the fourth successive year
JP Morgan was the top
performing investment bank in the first half of the year after
earnings climbing 15% year-on-year to $13.2bn 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. Deutsche joined Citigroup
in third spot with Bank of America Merrill Lynch falling from
third to share fifth place with Morgan Stanley.
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