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8 May 2020 By Alec Macfarlane

The Japanese bank posted a quarterly loss of $325 mln as slumping markets dented its asset management unit. Nor did its trading desk produce the sort of bump enjoyed by rivals like Morgan Stanley. New boss Kentaro Okuda has some work to do in restoring Nomura’s killer instincts.

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