G10 FX revenues sink to lowest since 2006 – Coalition

Revenues in H1 2017 fell to their lowest level since Coalition launched its Investment Banking Index in 2006

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Revenues from G10 foreign exchange trading at major investment banks have plunged to their lowest level since 2006, as low volatility in currency markets hit FX options and spot performance, according to consultancy Coalition’s Investment Banking Index for the first half of 2017.

The results represent the lowest revenues since the index began. Revenues from investment banking activities in G10 for the first half of this year fell to $3.6 billion for the period between January and June, compared

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