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20 July 2016 By Antony Currie

A broad Q2 rebound put the Wall Street bank within spitting distance of rival Goldman’s showing. With a lower tax rate, a plan to repay expensive debt and further cost cutting, James Gorman’s firm should soon hit its lowly 9 pct return-on-equity goal – if revenue holds up.

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