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Banks: JP Morgan / Dimon #1022738

NBC Evening News for Friday, May 11, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Studio: Andrew Ross Sorkin) The 2 billion dollar trading loss for JP Morgan Chase bank examined; details given about the role of the trader, the “London Whale,” and the call for stricter regulations; scenes shown of an Occupy Wall Street protest. [In conference call to investors, voice of CEO Jamie DIMON†- says we deserve any criticism we get.] [Senator Carl LEVIN†- warns we could be facing economic disaster.] [Former FDIC chairperson Sheila BAIR†- calls for simplification.] The implications for taxpayers discussed.

(Studio: Brian Williams, David Gregory, Andrew Ross Sorkin) An NBC interview with Dimon for “Meet the Press” previewed. [DIMON – says we know we were sloppy and regulators should look at this.] Dimon’s view on regulation and how this could happen again discussed.

Williams, Brian;
Sorkin, Andrew Ross;
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