SocGen's booming fixed income brightens first-quarter profit hit
PARIS (Reuters) – French bank Societe Generale posted a surprise surge in first-quarter bond, currency and commodities revenue on Thursday, boosting confidence in its business model even as profits suffered from the drive to strengthen capital.
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