January 27, 2012

Jamie Dimon: impact on U.S. banks of a Greek default is “almost zero”

(via The Big Picture.)

So we can assume that, if and when domestic investment banks are required to make good on credit default swaps they’ve no doubt sold against Greek debt, Dimon’s JP Morgan Chase won’t come calling on the US government for a bailout.

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