FI trading revenues expected to slide further – Risk.net poll

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Fixed-income trading revenues fell sharply in the third quarter of 2013, and Risk.net readers expect the going to be even tougher this year. Fifty-eight per cent of respondents to a recent Risk.net poll think fixed-income trading revenues will be lower in 2014, while 20% expect profits to be roughly flat. Optimism is in short supply, with only 16% expecting a modest increase in revenues and just 6% predicting significantly higher profits.

Fixed-income trading revenues at the largest global banks

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