BarCap eyes number one spot in FX

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LONDON – The fixed-income, currency and commodities business at Barclays Capital generated £12.964 billion in 2009, up 76% from £7.353 billion in 2008.

In its annual results released last Tuesday (February 16), the bank said the business was driven by a strong increase in trading income following the expansion of the business and the associated increase in client flows. The foreign exchange business was slightly down on the previous year (see chart) but a spokesperson at the bank in London said:

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