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Wells run dry

1 March 2016 By Jeffrey Goldfarb

The JPMorgan boss suggests that if his big, boring rival wants to compete internationally, it’ll have to buy an investment bank. Bulking up on Wall Street would recklessly push the lender led by John Stumpf into businesses it doesn’t know well. Dimon wouldn’t want that. Right?

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