J.P. Morgan No. 1 in Debt & Equity Deals For First Nine Mont

Published: Sep 30, 2010

 Finance       

Thomson Reuters has released its capital markets league tables for the first nine months of 2010, and according to the data services firm, "Overall global debt capital markets activity totaled US$1.3 trillion during the third quarter of 2010, a 22% increase from the second quarter when volume reached US$1.0 trillion." However, "year-to-date activity fell 14% from the the same time last year, despite a 15% increase in the number of global offerings with 11,578 so far this year compared to 10,151 over the first three quarters of 2009."

Here's a quick rundown of which banks ranked No. 1 in select debt underwriting tables (J.P. Morgan and BofA dominated):

Global Debt, Equity and Equity-Related deals: J.P. Morgan

Global Debt: Barclays Capital

Global High-Yield Debt: Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Global Investment-Grade Debt: J.P. Morgan

Global Mortgage-Backed Securiities: Bank of America Merrill Lynch

U.S. Debt: Bank of America Merrill Lynch

U.S. Investment-Grade Debt: J.P. Morgan

U.S. High-Yield Debt: Bank of America Merrill Lynch

U.S. Mortgage-Backed Securiities: Bank of America Merrill Lynch

 

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