JPMorgan Chase gained some of the biggest shares in both fixed-income and equities trading last year, solidifying its leadership in one and nearing the top in the other.

Bloomberg News reports that Deutsche Bank lost ground in both markets while trying to restructure its business.

JPMorgan’s share of the $77 billion pool of revenue that banks generated handling investors’ bets on bonds, currencies and commodities rose by more than a percentage point. Its cut of the $53 billion market for trading stocks and related derivatives also increased. The fixed-income pie shared by all banks shrank 6% from 2017, but in equities it grew 14%.

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