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... that Wall Street had learned its lesson that it had to have tight control over its derivatives books, and that it was possible for an investment bank to have tight control over its derivatives book: look at JPMC.
Yes, let's look at JPMC.
J. Bradford DeLong on May 15, 2012 at 09:36 AM in Economics, Highlight | Permalink