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JPMorgan bruised but not knocked down

Thursday, March 14, 2013 - 01:00

Mar 14 - Reuters Breakingviews columnist Antony Currie says JPMorgan will shrug off a scathing Senate report and concerns from the Fed. It's the dividend increase investors that care about.

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-- to get some of the political bluster from the senate subcommittee out of the way once you do that there are awesome. Intriguing looking -- pretty salacious team thinking -- emails about bank capital massaging. Salacious. But it may be that the one of the guys that was trying to get the banks optimizes he's a cap which sounds -- a lot of banks do it and always great candidates and as a -- up. And that's what we saw with with the whole crisis and taking over and they screwed up royally with with with the world trade. And they told us is already has seen the taping unit the one thing that it it it needs me. Was on injuries the now infamous former head of the division equals a loss is saying the she still the at the rate makes the ACC wills. Really I've handed in the way they return to banners and and if that's what takes a records -- and aunts and mean losses and six billion. That's not to -- for what -- Cap requirements business that's pretty good particularly picketed by bank was a lot lower six billion them what they have approved last year. Dividend is going up 27%. Which is is what investors -- -- dividends or abandon them to -- -- --

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JPMorgan bruised but not knocked down

Thursday, March 14, 2013 - 01:00