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Fixed ideas

1 February 2017 By Quentin Webb

The Japanese bank is nearing an important milestone: its first annual pre-tax profit overseas since buying bits of Lehman Brothers. The success is due partly to choppy bond and forex markets. Nomura’s own cost cutting also helped – and puts it on a sounder long-term footing.

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