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14 Jul 2020 By John Foley

American lenders like JPMorgan and Citi are putting aside billions to cover future losses. That even drove Jamie Dimon’s colossal consumer bank into a loss. Yet the markets’ wild ride delivered trading revenue that more than bridged the gap. Wells Fargo is the unhappy exception.

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