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Bucking convention

17 July 2014 By Antony Currie

The investment bank run by James Gorman relied on a whopping $600 mln second-quarter tax break to generate its best return on equity in years. Even without it, results are improving – slowly. And the path to beating its cost of capital may spring from an unlikely source: lending.

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