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16 January 2008 By Antony Currie

Jamie Dimon’s empire has largely sidestepped the subprime sinkhole, is well capitalised and has built some decent reserves ahead of a downturn. There are still risks, but at just above book value, JPMorgan has been trading below many rivals, including beleaguered Citigroup.

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