At the center of the reform storm: JP Morgan
In recent days, there has been no shortage of views on what the JP Morgan fiasco means. To follow are some of the varied opinions.
Washington Post’s Robert Samuelson on the “real lesson” in JP Morgan’s $2 billion loss.
Chris Farrell in Businessweek says the economy was better off with the old JP Morgan.
Washington Post columnist Allan Sloan contends JP Morgan’s error does not justify rushing Volcker rule.
Wall Street Journal editorial page explains why JP trades may have passed Volcker rule muster.