JPMorgan has agreed to pay US$1 billion to settle regulatory actions related to a US$6.2 billion trading loss it incurred last year in its Chief Investment Office and to allegations of wrongful billing of credit-card customers. Photo: Reuters JPMorgan has agreed to pay US$1 billion to settle regulatory actions related to a US$6.2 billion trading loss it incurred last year in its Chief Investment Office and to allegations of wrongful billing of credit-card customers. Photo: Reuters
JPMorgan has agreed to pay US$1 billion to settle regulatory actions related to a US$6.2 billion trading loss it incurred last year in its Chief Investment Office and to allegations of wrongful billing of credit-card customers. Photo: Reuters

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JPMorgan has agreed to pay US$1 billion to settle regulatory actions related to a US$6.2 billion trading loss it incurred last year in its Chief Investment Office and to allegations of wrongful billing of credit-card customers. Photo: Reuters JPMorgan has agreed to pay US$1 billion to settle regulatory actions related to a US$6.2 billion trading loss it incurred last year in its Chief Investment Office and to allegations of wrongful billing of credit-card customers. Photo: Reuters
JPMorgan has agreed to pay US$1 billion to settle regulatory actions related to a US$6.2 billion trading loss it incurred last year in its Chief Investment Office and to allegations of wrongful billing of credit-card customers. Photo: Reuters
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