We have new data on how Wall Street banks stack up in every business line, and there’s one clear winner.
JPMorgan leads the pack for the first half of 2015 when it comes to global investment banking revenue across fixed income, equities, and banking, according to data-analytics company Coalition.
The bank made $US13.2 billion over the first six months of the year, according to the firm.
It ranked number one by revenues in credit, rates, foreign exchange, equity derivatives and debt capital markets.
Goldman Sachs ranks in second place overall this year, placing first by revenues in commodities, equity capital markets, and mergers and acquisitions, and joint first in cash equities.
Deutsche Bank and Citi are tied for third place overall.
Here’s the global ranking, plus the rankings broken down by region.
JPMorgan is the clear winner in the global ranking, with a top score in traditional investment banking and fixed income, currencies and commodities.
Deutsche Bank is now the clear leader in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, followed by JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs.
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