JP Morgan had most profit-making trading days of top banks in Q3

Over the three months to end-September, most systemic US banks scored fewer winning trading days than in the prior quarter. But there was one big exception: JP Morgan.

The New York-based bank racked up 45 trading days on which a profit was made, its highest quarterly total since Q1 2019, and up from 37 in Q2.

In aggregate, the eight US systemic firms reported 294 profit-making days over Q3, around 37 each on average. This compares with 314 profit-making days in Q2 and 275 the year-ago quarter

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