Japanese banks were the big winners on global stock markets over the last six months, and U.S. banks the big losers, according to the latest market capitalization survey of international financial groups.

Share prices for the 17 leading Japanese banks rose 40.5% in the six months that ended Sept. 30, according to an American Banker survey. (See tables on page 9.)

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