JPMorgan Veered From Hedging Practices at Competing BanksBradley Keoun, Donal Griffin and Michael J. Moore
JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s biggest U.S. competitors say their corporate investment offices avoid the use of derivatives that led to the bank’s $2 billion loss and buy fewer bonds exposed to credit risk.
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