Fixed ideas

30 October 2017 By Quentin Webb

The Japanese bank’s quarterly earnings slumped 15 pct – and overseas outposts barely broke even – in large part because of fixed-income trading. At least Wall Street rivals are suffering, too. In effect, it’s a backhanded endorsement of Nomura’s push into steadier businesses.

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