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The definitive Wall Street scorecard is out — and Goldman Sachs is slipping





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The latest ranking of Wall Street supremacy is out, and there’s a notable shift at the top of the league tables.

JPMorgan once again dominated the competition in the first half of the year for revenue across fixed income, equities, and banking, according to data-analytics company Coalition.

The largest bank by assets in the US hauled in $13.2 billion in revenue through half of 2017 — up from $12.5 billion at last year’s midpoint — ranking No. 1 in investment banking and FICC (fixed income, currencies, and commodities) and tying for first in equities with Morgan Stanley

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Source:: BusinessInsider.Com

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