JP Morgan tops Coalition investment banking survey

US bank also triumphs in fixed-income, currencies and commodities markets

Top of the class: JP Morgan comes first in Coalition's 2015 Ficc rankings

JP Morgan continued to lead the Global Investment Bank rankings survey in 2015, according to financial analysis firm Coalition, while the US bank also retained its top spot in fixed-income, currencies and commodities (Ficc) markets.

Goldman Sachs came second in the survey, with Citi and Bank of America Merrill Lynch sharing third place. In the Ficc rankings, Citi took second place.

"Sustained weaknesses in credit and securitisation for the majority of the year resulted in a moderate decline in

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