JPMorgan Trading Revenue Drops 20% This Year in Global RoutBy
Investment bank chief Daniel Pinto comments at investor day
Revenue from advising on corporate takeovers `is holding well'
JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s investment bank said revenue from sales and trading has tumbled about 20 percent this year, providing an early gauge of the pain inflicted on Wall Street’s biggest firms by the global market rout battering investors.
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