U.S. Equity Commissions Up 10 Percent to $10.3B in 2014
June 10, 2014
The U.S. equity market has finally come to the light at the end of the commissions tunnel - growth in broker-dealer fees during the last year. For the 12 months ending February 2014, the pool of U.S. cash equity commissions increased 10 percent to $10.34 billion from $9.30 billion, according to Greenwich Associates, an equity market consultancy.
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