Poor trading results and low client activity were blamed for revenue declines
The world's main investment banks saw
their revenue fall 3% last year due to a collapse in credit
trading and a continued slowdown in fixed income, currencies
and commodities trading, according to new research.
Research firm Coalition said on Monday
revenue at the twelve largest investment banks fell to $160.2bn
last year compared with $164.6bn in 2014.
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