Bank G10 FX revenues at lowest since 2006 – Coalition

G10 FX revenues continued their decline in 2017 to levels not seen in more than a decade

Revenues from G10 FX fell more than 20% in 2017, with significant drops seen across regions and instruments

Investment bank revenues from G10 currencies have fallen to their lowest levels since 2006, according to a survey by financial consultancy Coalition, which showed a significant decline across regions and products for the full year of 2017.

Overall revenues for investment banks also contracted to their lowest levels since 2008, driven mainly by declining income in fixed income and to a lesser degree equities, with the second half of the year contributing to the weak results.

The survey also

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