First ’Voice of Wall Street’ a Study in RiskEdward J. Balleisen
June 22 (Bloomberg) -- In recent weeks, the financial pages have intensively covered JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s $2 billion losses in derivatives trading. The episode has raised questions about the ability of Jamie Dimon, “the King of Wall Street,” to continue as the financial industry’s leading spokesman for regulatory restraint.
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