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Ivory tower

14 April 2020 By John Foley

Jamie Dimon’s mega-bank has set aside $8.3 bln for bad assets in case of a “fairly severe recession.” The lender is now better padded than in more than six years. Rivals will be under pressure to follow suit, but most can’t match JPMorgan’s ability to still squeeze out a profit.

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