Banks’ commodities revenues jump 21% in H1 as investor appetite returns

The world’s ten largest investment banks collected $3.3 billion in revenues from commodities markets in the first half of 2014, up 21% year-on-year, according to analytics group Coalition.

The rebound, which was driven by stronger energy market revenues and a “general improvement in investor appetite”, brought revenues back near to levels seen in the first half of 2012,...

Published

Mark Burton

August 28, 2014

16:23 GMT

London