Most FICC asset classes were down in three months to the end of September
The value of fixed income, currency and
commodities trading at the world's ten largest banks fell
almost a tenth in the three months to the end of September as
investors were spooked by doubts about the emerging markets,
according to research.
The value of FICC trading at the
world’s top ten investment banks fell 9% to $52.8
billion in the third quarter of 2015 compared with $57.9
billion in the same period last year, according to a report by
Coalition, a consultancy.
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