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Goldman Ranked No. 1 in Commodities in 2012, JPMorgan Second
Maria Kolesnikova, Chanyaporn Chanjaroen and Whitney McFerron, 14 Mar 2013

JPMorgan was the largest investment bank, with $24.1 billion in revenue and $14.4 billion in fixed income, currencies and commodities, Coalition said.



EFinancial Careers

Commodity Trading Slump Costing Jobs
Beecher Tuttle, 12 Mar 2013

Commodity trading, a business Goldman has virtually owned throughout its history, took a worse-than-expected nosedive in 2012, with revenues falling 24%...



The Wall Street Journal

Commodities Squeeze Banks
Christian Berthelsen, Jerry A. DiColo, 10 Mar 2013

A survey by research firm Coalition of the largest global investment banks shows commodity revenue fell 24% from a year earlier in 2012, to around $6 billion...



The Wall Street Journal

The Week's FX Industry News at a Glance
Alexandra Fletcher, 07 Mar 2013

Coalition, a business intelligence provider for financial services sector, said Stephane Besson is to become the firm's new chief executive.




Morgan Stanley Posted Trading Losses on 37 Days During 2012
Michael J. Moore, 27 Feb 2013

Trading revenue at the 10 largest global investment banks rose 13 percent last year, according to data from industry analytics firm Coalition Ltd...




Goldman Sachs Electronic Trading Chief Tusar to Leave Firm
Christine Harper and Nina Mehta, 26 Feb 2013

Wall Street firms are looking for ways to reduce costs after equities trading revenue fell 5 percent across the industry last year...