Goldman, State Street amass losing trading days in Q3

Systemic US banks incurred more loss-making trading days in Q3 than Q2 2019, with Goldman Sachs and State Street the worst performers.

The eight US global systemically important banks together reported 245 losing days in the three months to end-September, around 31 each on average. This compares with 220 loss-making days the quarter prior and 222 in Q3 2018.

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