Here’s how much money Wall Street banks have made advising on deals so far this year

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Goldman Sachs Chairman and CEO Lloyd Blankfein attends the Clinton Global Initiative), on September 24, 2014
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We’re fast approaching the end of the first half, and that means it’s league table time on Wall Street.

Wall Street banks care a lot about how they stack up against their rivals. At the top of their earnings statements, they tout where they placed in each line of business, and those rankings appear in just about every pitch book they hand out.

Global dealmaking revenue stands at $36.8 billion for the year to date, up slightly on the same period last year.

US fees are up 9% at $18.4 billion, while fees in Europe, Middle East and Africa (-4%) and Asia Pacific (-6%) are down.

So far in 2017, it’s the usual suspects at the top of the tables. JPMorgan ranks number one overall, while Goldman Sachs has maintained its customary position at the top of the mergers and acquisitions league table.

Here’s how the banks stack up:


JPMorgan ranks number overall, with the top 8 banks holding the same positions they did in the first half of 2016.

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Goldman Sachs ranks No.1 for M&A revenues.

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JPMorgan ranks top for debt capital markets revenues…

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… and for equity capital markets revenues too.

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