Banks reap $1 billion from U.S. mortgage bond trading boom

  Reuters 

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Global banks earned $1 billion from trading government-backed U.S. mortgage securities in the first half of 2019, data shows, a fivefold increase on last year for what industry sources say is the fastest growing revenue source in investment banking.
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