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MOVE on up

7 Feb 2018 By Christopher Thompson

For the past two years Deutsche Bank’s John Cryan, Credit Suisse’s Tidjane Thiam and Barclays’ Jes Staley have been able to blame poor performance on becalmed markets. Higher volatility undermines that excuse. Trading revenues must grow or they risk shareholder revolt.

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