Japan’s Nomura banks 21 per cent rise in profits over the first quarter

Japan’s biggest investment bank Nomura has today announced its profits were up 21.4 per cent for the three months ended June, thanks to a boost in its domestic-oriented retail division. Pre-tax profit in the retail division was up 187 per cent from a year …
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