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Mercurial banking

16 June 2009 By Jeffrey Goldfarb

JPMorgan is accusing rivals of undercharging for capital raisings. Meanwhile, multiyear pay deals are back and bankers are flying on private jets again. Some banks greed for market share appears to outweigh the fear of weak profits, unsold shares or the lack of a real strategy.

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