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On the spot

14 Jul 2015 By Antony Currie

Jamie Dimon’s bank grew lending, cut costs and rejigged other businesses, but relied on one-off gains to beat estimates with $6.3 bln in profit. After all that, the mega-bank’s return on equity is stuck at 11 pct. Only rising interest rates might fuel a stronger performance.

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