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The Economist

Commodities and banks - Metal bashing
Economist Staff, 17 Aug 2013

Revenues from commodities for the top ten investment banks have declined for the past six quarters, according to Coalition, a research firm.




Brokered EU Carbon Trade Plunges as Banks Scale Back
Mathew Carr, 14 Aug 2013

Commodities revenue at the 10 largest firms slid 24 percent in 2012, according to analytics company Coalition Development Ltd. in London.



Wall Street Journal

Banks Benefit From Currency Swings
Chiara Albanese and Clare Connaghan, 13 Aug 2013

Revenues at major banks' foreign exchange divisions rose by an average 15% during the second quarter compared with the same period last year...



Wall Street Journal

Commodity Revamp at Morgan Stanley
Christian Berthelsen And Aaron Lucchetti, 13 Aug 2013

Revenue across the industry was 25% lower in the first half compared with a year earlier and is down more than 50% from its 2008 peak...




BTG Bets on Commodities Business as JPMorgan Considers Exit
Francisco Marcelino, 07 Aug 2013

Revenue from the business sank 25 percent in the first half, to about $2.7 billion, at the 10 largest investment banks...



Financial News

Commodities revenues plummet at top banks
Suzi Ring, 05 Aug 2013

The early calculations from research provider Coalition mean combined revenues fell from $3.6 billion in the first half...