NEW YORK, May 25 (Reuters) - U.S. investment banks' warnings of a weaker second quarter as trading slows after a blockbuster start to the year could leave their shares subdued over the next six months, analysts said on Wednesday. Numerous banking executives in recent weeks have warned quarterly results will be weak, citing the difficult fixed-income markets, sliding equity markets and fewer opportunities to make money betting the banks' own money. "There is no real chance that a last ...
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