League-table meaning

A list that shows how various investment banks stack up against their competitors in a variety of categories, such as mergers, debt, equity, and initial public offerings. Thomson Corp. has software that tracks the deal data and that produces league tables. In recent years, other competitors have launched competing products. Information providers such as Thomson charge a yearly fee to corporations to access their database, using Internet-based software, in order to create the league tables.
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(sports) A tabular display of the teams in some league, together with details of matches played, goals scored, points awarded etc.
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(chiefly UK) Such a listing of hospitals, schools and other institutions showing their ranking according to various indicators of performance.
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