By Dawn Kopecki, Phil Mattingly and Steven Sloan, Bloomberg |
June 19, 2012
U.S. House members criticized regulators today for failing to detect JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s loss of at least $2 billion on risky derivatives trades and pressed for additional measures to ensure similar losses don’t occur in other banks.
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