Dimon Misled Investors, Dodged Regulators: Report

March 14 (Bloomberg) -- JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon sought to hide escalating trading losses that surpassed $6.2 billion by misleading investors and dodging regulators as the bank's position deteriorated last year, a Senate probe found. Megan Hughes reports on Bloomberg Television's "Taking Stock." (Source: Bloomberg)

Brexit: a Bad Economic Outcome for Europe, Says Burgess
33:36 - A Brexit wouldn’t just weaken the pound -- it would jeopardize its status as a reserve currency used in world trade, according to S&P Global Ratings. Sterling lags only the dollar and euro in central banks’ holdings, a legacy of Britain’s large economy, its trusted legal system and use of the global lingua franca. But a vote to leave the European Union on June 23 may dethrone the pound and would even threaten the nation’s top AAA credit rating, says S&P. Columbia Threadneedle CIO EMEA Mark Burgess discusses the wider implications of a Brexit vote for Europe with "On the Move" host Guy Johnson.
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