3/6/2013

At JPMorgan Chase's annual investor day, a data point indicated how market-structure rules might affect revenue at investment banks. Analysts say rules governing clearing, collateral, post-trade transparency and trading on swaps-execution facilities could reduce JPMorgan's revenue as much as $2 billion annually. Analysts also have looked at how rules might affect revenue at Royal Bank of Scotland and Barclays.

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