Jamie Dimon

Frontrunning: June 20

  • Central bank caution beefs up stock gains (Reuters)
  • Pound Drops as BOE's Carney Says Not Yet Time to Raise Rates (BBG)
  • Oil Just Hit Its Lowest Level of the Year (BBG)
  • Britain charges Barclays, ex-bosses over 'unlawful' Qatari deal (Reuters)
  • Senate GOP Sets Ambitious Deadline on Health-Care Vote (WSJ)

It's Always Just A Question Of Price

"I don’t buy the idea that Central Banks are incapable of stimulating the private sector to borrow. Like most things in life, it’s just a question of price, and these Central Banker knobs seem willing to pay whatever it takes."

JPMorgan COO Matt Zames Is Leaving The Bank, Takes $48 Million Exit Package

In what is the biggest financial news of the day, with "Triple Threat Thursday" now downgraded to Single, outlook negative, moments ago Bloomberg reported that JPM COO, and former co-chair of the Treasury Borrowing Advisory Committee, Matt Zames who was viewed as a potential successor to CEO Jamie Dimon, is leaving after 13 years at the bank.

Frontrunning: May 17

  • Here's What the Latest Trump-Comey News Is Doing to Markets (BBG)
  • Dollar Slide Worsens With U.S. Stocks Near Records: Markets Wrap (BBG)
  • Turmoil Puts GOP Agenda at Risk (WSJ)
  • Trump Faces Deepest Crisis of His Presidency (BBG)
  • Trump’s $1 Trillion Plan Helps Wall Street More Than Rural America, Democrats Warn (BBG)

The Real Barack Obama Is Finally Exposed To Everyone

"Denial is an extremely powerful thing, and tens of millions of Democrats were completely bamboozled by Obama due to their personal obsession with the man. This is precisely why cult of personality worship is so dangerous and counterproductive when it comes to politics."

Kashkari Slams Dimon: "If Demand For Loans Is High, Why Are You Buying Back Your Stock?"

"Dimon argues that the current capital standards are restraining lending and impairing economic growth, yet he also points out that JPMorgan bought back $26 billion in stock over the past five years. If JPMorgan really had demand for additional loans from creditworthy borrowers, why did it turn those customers away and instead choose to buy back its stock?"

Frontrunning: April 5

  • No big bets ahead of Trump-Xi meeting; oil, metal prices firm (Reuters)
  • Senate on the Brink of ‘Nuclear Option’ in Gorsuch Vote (WSJ)
  • Le Pen Ambushed on Euro in French Debate (BBG)
  • Trump touts coal but utilities aren't listening (Reuters)
  • Trump Officials Alarmed China May Bid for Westinghouse Unit (BBG)

Jamie Dimon Warns "Something Is Wrong" With The US

"Our problems are significant, and they are not the singular purview of either political party. We need coherent, consistent, comprehensive and coordinated policies that help fix these problems. The solutions are not binary – they are not either/or, and they are not about Democrats or Republicans."

It's Time To Get Painfully Honest: Banks Are Evil

"I've increasingly come to see the financial industry - with the big banks at its core - as the root cause of injustice in today's society." Whether it's social equity, the security of your job or retirement, your day-to-day existence, or the fairness of the laws we live under - our fate is currently in the hands of the banks.