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Future tense

21 April 2016 By Antony Currie

A dearth of closed deals hit Q1 revenue for most advisory shops. The likes of Lazard and Greenhill are justified in expecting a fairly quick recovery. BofA, Goldman and larger peers, however, need interest rates and trading volume to rise. For them, the crystal ball is cloudier.

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