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Wall Street bonuses may climb as much as 10 percent this year, in the first meaningful jump for the industry since 2013, according to a closely watched report.
Bankers who advise companies on issuing stock or bonds could see an even bigger pay jump, as much as 20 percent, compensation firm Johnson Associates said on Sunday.
A reduced emphasis on financial regulation under U.S. President Donald Trump has boosted shares of banks to peak levels on hopes higher interest rates, lower taxes and faster economic growth under the Trump administration would lift profits.
The KBW Nasdaq Bank Index, which measures the largest U.S. banks, has risen 34 percent since the election, compared with the benchmark S&P 500 index's 24 percent gain over the same period.
But looser banking regulations haven't translated yet into better trading results amid low market volatility and tepid client activity. Wall Street firms' bond trading revenue has fallen for about seven years amid new rules on trading and capital.
As a result, fixed-income traders are likely to see their bonuses fall as much as 10 percent, the report said.
"The profit engine of fixed income continues to sputter," Johnson Associates managing director Alan Johnson said in an interview. "There are a lot of people who don't think that business is coming back."