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League Table

A list of investment banks by revenue (in underwriting) and size of transaction (in mergers and acquisitions). League tables list market leaders in different sectors; for example, a table might list leaders in equity underwriting while another may list the banks extending the most money in loans. Thomson Reuters and Euromoney publish several prestigious league tables.
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The gap between the best and worst performing suppliers is larger than it has ever been in the five years since Citizens Advice began publishing the league table.
I don't know how the league table has the gall to look us in the eye at the moment.
Peter Dunn, director of press and policy at Warwick, said: "There is a lot of variation in league tables and how they are calculated but in every UK table we are ranked between fifth and 10th, so we must be doing something right.
Mark McArdle, managing director, said: "I am so proud that we are at the top of this league table for the third year running.
Jobs minister Mark Hoban told MPs this week: "There are no league tables.
Councillor David Rose, Stockton Council's cabinet member for the environment, said: "Achieving such a high ranking in the league table shows how early action to manage our energy useage is really paying off.
And SNP education spokeswoman Fiona Hyslop said: ``Peter Peacock must come clean and say if league tables are to be scrapped and if the figures will still be available.
Britain has overtaken France to become the world's fifth largest economy - and will even outstrip Germany by 2030, according to a new global league table.
WARWICK University has been named the third best university in the world in a new league table.
The university fell out of the top 200 in the Times Higher Education's rankings last year, and this year's league table has again put it just outside the list of world leaders.
DURHAM University has been named as the third best institution in the country in a highly-regarded league table.

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