JP Morgan CEO will testify today before House Financial Services Committee.
By Phil Mattingly and Dawn Kopecki, Bloomberg|June 19, 2012 at 04:35 AM
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Jamie Dimon won’t get off as easy at his second congressional hearing this month when he tries to explain how JPMorgan Chase & Co. lost at least $2 billion on trades that he has said “violated common sense.”
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