Falling interest rates and volatility in foreign exchange markets helped money-center banks boost their trading revenue 30% during 1995.

Led by Citicorp, the six biggest trading banks posted a combined $4.9 billion in trading revenues for the year, a $1.1 billion increase from the combined $3.8 billion earned a year before.

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