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Trading activity at U.S. commercial banks and savings associations brought in $6.4 billion in revenue in the third quarter — down 3.6% from the previous period and 0.4% year over year.

The decline was in interest rate and foreign exchange revenue, according to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency's report. Revenue in the combined segment fell $743 million quarter over quarter, while revenue from other trading classes actually increased.

The report also showed that bank trading revenue climbed as a percentage of consolidated holding company trading revenue, up sequentially to 45.8% in the third quarter from 43.9%.