Dimon $2 Billion Blunder Shows Capital Safer Than Swaps
Those bets, which led to $2 billion of losses, wouldn't have been necessary if JPMorgan did what banks once did: rely on bigger capital buffers rather than credit-default swaps to hedge against souring loans. One hundred years ago the equity of US …
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