Citi, Goldman, had most winning trading days of top banks in Q2

In aggregate, US G-Sibs racked up 314 profit-making days over the quarter

The three months to end-June saw some top Wall Street dealers score their highest quarterly number of profit-making trading days for more than half a decade.

Among systemic US banks, Citi and Goldman Sachs led with 45 winning trading days apiece, their highest quarterly totals in at least five years, when public disclosure began.

In aggregate, the eight US systemic firms reported 314 profit-making days over Q2, around 39 each on average. This compares with 296 profit-making days in Q1. 


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