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On the spot

4 November 2014 By Antony Currie

The bank run by Jamie Dimon revealed that U.S. prosecutors are investigating its currency business and that possible legal costs rose $1.3 billion over the summer. But unlike its rival, the lender hasn’t given reserves an emergency boost. That suggests Citi was playing catch-up.

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