Right here‘s who secured Wall Avenue bragging rights in each key enterprise in 2017

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  • Data-analytics company Coalition has released the latest ranking of each key Wall Street business.
  • JPMorgan once again reigned supreme on Wall Street in 2017, securing first place not just for overall investment banking revenues but for each of the major business divisions, too.
  • Citigroup and Goldman Sachs held firm in a tie for second place overall.

The results are in: We have the winners for each line of business on Wall Street in 2017.

Even though Wall Street had a , the picture at the top , according to the latest league table report from data-analytics firm Coalition.

continues its reign of supremacy, securing first place not just for overall investment banking revenues ($24.2 billion) but for each of the major business divisions too: Fixed income (FICC), equities, and banking. It‘s the first time JPMorgan has topped the equities business in recent years, coming in second place last year and third in 2015.

The bank‘s dominant year included a first- or second-place finish in each of the 14 individual business lines except municipal finance and cash equities.

and held firm in a tie for second place overall, although Goldman declined in FICC while Citi .

Check out the rest of the 2017 league table to see who else earned bragging rights for the year.

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