US commercial banks reported $9.2 billion in derivatives trading losses during the fourth quarter of 2008, bringing total trading losses in 2008 to $836 million, according to a quarterly report by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). This figure contrasts with trading revenues of $5.5 billion during 2007.
Source: Risk magazine | 27 Mar 2009
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