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Sweet and sour

17 Apr 2019 By John Foley

James Gorman’s bank took a hit from weak equities trading, as did rivals. Its advisory business fared worse than theirs, and fixed-income trading did only a little better. What helped was decent wealth-management profit, cost cuts, and comparison with the preceding poor quarter.

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