JPMorgan has topped investment bank league tables by revenue, with a surge in dealmaking helping it to pull in $18.2bn in the year so far, a survey found on Wednesday.
Reuters reports that JPMorgan's earnings gained 6.4% on the same period year before, when it earned $17.1bn, according to Coalition's third-quarter Global League Table.
That meant the firm once again pipped Goldman Sachs to the top spot, the industry analytics firm found.
Deutsche Bank was the only European bank in the top five, at joint number three with Citi, Morgan Stanley and Bank of America Merrill Lynch both landed the fifth position.
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JPMorgan tops investment banking revenue table, helped by M&A - survey
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