JPMorgan's Losses Become Tool in Dodd-Frank Rules DebatePhil Mattingly and Silla Brush
U.S. lawmakers and regulators are seizing on the more than $2 billion in losses disclosed by JPMorgan Chase & Co. to bolster their positions in the nearly two-year-old debate over Wall Street’s rules.
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