London Banks See Solid, But Not Record FX Revenues In 1991, Despite Recession

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Debt problems and economic weakness may have depressed overall bank earnings for 1991, but treasury officials in London say it wasn't such a bad year in foreign exchange. In fact, most were surprisingly upbeat about the year gone by given increasingly arid market conditions and continued consolidation.

It was a year, says Midland Bank treasury director David Clark, dominated by capital flows during which customer base and product differentiation grew in importance. Banks began to get a handle

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