Close-run league tables for 2013, but last dash unlikely

18 Dec 2013

As 2013 comes to an end, some banks' EMEA equity league table positions are separated by only a few million dollars. But after a year of market-share chasing block trades, bankers say that the sector has calmed and a last dash for a higher place is unlikely.

There is less than $650m between Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank, after the latter increased its lead with a €358m sale of Rexel shares by Ray Investment on Monday night.

And there is less than $3bn separating JP Morgan, which is in third place, from UBS, which is in ...

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