Both of which are completely unnecessary for purpose, but apparently necessary to maintaining Wall Street’s culture or something.
If even they are inoculated, there’s hope for us all.
Citigroup, on the other hand, is still feeling under the weather.
A week before his colleagues are being ordered back to the office and at the same time that Jamie Dimon is extolling the plan’s virtues.
Maybe all of you Bernie Bros should have thought about that before scaring him out of the race and leaving us with Joe Biden.
Bitcoin might not be worth anything, but banking services definitely are.
“Rebuilding confidence in safety and security” is sort of the opposite of the president’s modus operandi.
This is getting exhausting.
Expensify has chosen a weird way to pitch itself to JPMorgan.
Comrade Sanders is threatening to erode society, by which Jamie Dimon presumably means his $1.7 billion (and growing!) fortune.
Just your usual dose of grace and dignity from the most powerful man on earth
JPMorgan sees Citi’s 31% trading boost and 12% RoE and raises it 55% and 15%.
Someone who is running for president would like to know.
He’s got to do something for the next four years.
Uncle Lloyd falls prey to the old billionaire curse of forgetting to not engage with Elizabeth Warren.
The wrong billionaire is about to get mauled by Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren in the primaries.